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Sarah Ammerman: Living in the Social Media Capital of the World

About a month ago I was on social media, which you will find ironic in a second. And I came across a link that said: What Each Country Leads the World In. Being the curious world traveler that I am, I immediately clicked on it. And being that the Philippines…

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Sarah Ammerman: Reason #549398 why playing overseas has been good for me

The art of simplicity. It’s a beautiful thing and it took moving half way across the world for me to discover it. When you have to pack your life in to 2 1/2 suitcases for 9 months you are forced to determine what is important. I had a whole lot…

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Sarah Ammerman: What I’ve learned in this crazy thing called LIFE

I’ve learned that you cannot make someone love you. All you can do is be someone who can be loved. The rest is up to them; I’ve learned that no matter how much I care, some people just don’t care back; I’ve learned that it takes years to build up…

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Sarah Ammerman: My Favorite Way to Travel

My Favorite Way to Travel- With NO Agenda This world is made up of planners and non planners. I am a proud member of the “Go With the Flow” group. My entire life I haven’t had a knack for planning, whether it is having a 5 year plan or looking…

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Sarah Ammerman – 3 Things I wish I Knew Before Going Overseas

Going overseas for the first time can be both exciting and scary at the same time. Here are a few things Sarah Ammerman wish she knew before going overseas: Packing: No matter how many times you pack up your life in 2 suitcases for 9 months it never gets easier. And…

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Sarah Ammerman – Learning another language..

  “Ich habe sieben Geschwister” is very different from “Ich habe sieben geschwitzter” One is talking about siblings and one can be mistaken as referring to your sweat. Funny how just mixing up 2 letters can make that much of a difference, but very important indeed haha I found out…

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Take Time To Learn The Language

One of the things that athletes wish they would have done or wish they would have known to do before they left to play in a new country was to learn the language.    ” I also get into the culture of the country/region I’m living in. It’s so cool…

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How do I pack to play overseas for 9 months?

Typing up an exact list for what to pack when playing overseas is extremely hard, so we decided to share advice and tips passed down from other athletes playing abroad along with things they wish they would have known before taking the big leap in hopes to give you more insight…

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11 Athletes and Their Favorite Places To Travel

Most of the athletes that contribute to Athletes Abroad have been ALL over the world, but where are their favorite places? We asked. Brook Billings After a very long and grueling season in Greece (2009/2010) My wife, Brett Billings, and I took 10 days to tour Mykonos and Santorini.  It was…

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What’s the first thing you want to eat after 9 months overseas?

@AthletesAbroad1 first thing I’m eating when I get home is In and Out…right next to LAX! Burger and fries with a chocolate shake! — Miss Alaina Bergsma (@AlainaBergsma) March 8, 2014 @AthletesAbroad1 CHIPOTLE!!!!! — Deedee Harrison (@deedee_harrison) March 8, 2014 @AthletesAbroad1 crawfish with corn and potatoes should be in season!…

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