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We make a living by what we get, but make a life by what we give!

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We want to spread the word further, to show everyone why becoming a volunteer is so rewarding. Here are 10 reasons why volunteering is the BEST FEELING in the world.

5 Universal life lessons you'll learn from your Workaways

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A while ago we introduced you to Workawayers of the month, Shahnaz & Francois, a husband-and-wife duo who volunteered their way around the globe. Adventures like theirs aren’t just gonna become memories that will last a lifetime, but are also the best way to learn. And luckily for us, Shahnaz is willing to pass on some of the wisdom she has accumulated on her travels.

Voluntourism: selfless or selfish?

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Is it better to stay home rather than participate in voluntourism? Was I making a positive impact by volunteering abroad? Or was I simply hurting the very people I was trying to help? Was my presence an act of neo-colonialism?

Life Lessons From Travelling & Workawaying Around the World

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We all travel for different reasons; maybe we even travel for…
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A gap year can leave you smiling when searching for a job

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How travelling can be put to good use when looking for a job. Use the skills you developed to your advantage when writing a CV and in work interviews.

Soleitaliano's European Tour Awards

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We loved the food orientated nature of Jacqui's blog post about…

Workaway experiences: The pros & cons of volunteer exchanges

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Ilaria is the 'Girl with a suitcase' and has kindly allowed us…

10 good reasons to use Workaway to travel for longer for less

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Here's a great article written by Mandie all about how Workaway…

From a Workawayer's Perspective

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Zip up your backpack. You’re about to learn how to have unlimited fun with limited funds…

10 Reasons Why Volunteering & Travelling Work

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Almost every one of us dream of traveling the world for a number of different reasons, but what really separates a volunteer traveler from a conventional traveler is a mindset; a daring, adventurous type, and more essentially the ever-wondering desire to explore the utmost of each unknown.