Wander

“Here’s what I think: I think I’ve got a map in my car that wants to be used, and I think there are places we can go that need to be seen. Maybe no one else will ever visit them and appreciate them or take the time to think they’re important, but maybe even the smallest places mean something. And, if not, maybe they can mean something to us. At the very least, by the time we leave, we know we will have seen it. So come on. Let’s go. Let’s count for something.” – Finch, ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES

The definition of homesickness? I used to think it was a joke. Homesickness never really applied to me. I’ve lived in England for as long as...

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My name is Neha Agarwal, and I am from Littleton, Massachusetts. I am known for being an avid reader, so it is not surprising...

A three-day trip to Byron Bay (the most easterly point of Australia mainland) ends faster than you realise, but neither do you realise how...

My name is Kaelin, and I'm a 17-year-old high school senior, and I've lived the entirety of my short life in Southern California. Although...

When I first saw a dark brown line spread across the horizon, I thought that it couldn’t be real. I thought my eyes were...

Over the past month, I had the amazing opportunity to study abroad at the University of Oxford. For four exceptionally short weeks, I attended...

I discovered All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven this January. The main character Finch was prone to bouts of wanderlust, so in order...

As an overseas student currently studying in Australia (or as they say -- Straya, where everything tries to kill you), I am fortunate enough...

.It was that time of the day right before sunset hits; there is a warm haze casting over the flat landscapes of Ohio, making...

“It's not what you take, it's what you leave.” —Jennifer Niven, All the Bright Places I had missed my family so much. My big enormous beautiful...