Should I continue?
Should I apply to another job?
A new internship?
What do I do until school comes around in August?
What are ways I can start traveling again?
Should I go to graduate school right after graduation this May?
How can I be more consistent with this blog?
Will the money I have in my savings sustain my survival for 6o more days?
Where do I go next?
Will I be good enough to apply for…
Casey Hudetz- Communications Director of Semester at Sea, Spring 2014
Casey Hudetz, graduate of DePaul University of Chicago has been traveling all over the world for the past ten years. He has interned for STA Travel, volunteered for the Peace Corps, and worked for The Road Less Traveled. He is currently working as the Communications Director for Semester at Sea, Voyage Spring 2014. I sat down…
They told me that if my “old world” doesn’t fit, then create a new one that does fit for our liking.
I’ve seen the world, been in the most beautiful places, but have also seen the worst in the developing countries that I’ve visited. Every time I enter the mall/store I check the tags of the clothes because my curiosity wonders where the product was made. I think of the times in the markets where…
Big cars, big TVs, big roads, big servings, big houses… Everything is bigger in America.
My mom and I were driving home from her new apartment and the hustle and bustle of the previous cities I’ve visited wouldn’t leave my mind. This is an aftermath of traveling- I’ve left pieces of me in each and every single one of them, yet I can’t exactly say I’m less of a person because of it.
What I can say…
Traveling for four months straight isn’t the easiest thing in the world, but it isn’t the worst either. It’s a dream come true- but there’s so much to think about that you begin to just go through the motions of the daily life without having much of a routine. When you’re minds are constantly in a jumble day in and day out, it’s a given that you’re going to come out a changed person.