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Daniel J.
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I have a passion for language, culture, and travel. I have studied and travelled extensively though Eastern Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Asia, and South America. I also run Stopwatch Sessions Tutoring serving the Washington, DC area.
Learn all the tips and tricks of a seasoned traveler in my study abroad guide. 
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Travel & Places
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
5 Best Places to Visit in India

This article provides 5 of the best places to visit in India to get you started exploring the subcontinent.

Travel & Places
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
Machu Picchu Facts

This article contains some interesting and little known facts about the so-called lost city of the Andes.

Entertainment
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
Analyzing Themes of Fear and Humanity in Frankenstein

An analysis of fear in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley.

Business & Money
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
Money Making Apps

Learn how to make money on your mobile device with these free apps.

Lifestyle
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
Teamwork Skills

This article provides three tips to help you succeed as both a team member and a team leader.

Lifestyle
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
Effective Methods of Communication

This article discusses 4 easy suggestions you can use to improve your communication skills both at work and at home.

Health
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
4 Tips on How to Improve Concentration

Here are four simple tips you can use to improve your concentration and help increase your productivity.

Lifestyle
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
Team Working Skills

Here are 5 easy tips to improve your team working skills and improve your overall effectiveness.

Travel & Places
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
How to Volunteer Abroad for Free

While many people dream of travelling the world, few follow through. This can be for any number of reasons but the most prominent tends to be money. Here are four examples of the programs available to those of us suffering from wanderlust and empty pockets who want to volunteer their time to make a difference in the world.

Lifestyle
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
How to Study in College Successfully

Here are four steps you can take to improve your study skills and achieve the grades you deserve.

Lifestyle
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
How to Learn a New Language

Credit: David Niblack, Imagebase.net In today's globalized world, knowing a second language has never been more important. As globalization continues to increase trade in goods and ideas, people with limited language skills will find themselves at a disadvantage. However, learning that second language is not something you should dread....

Lifestyle
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
How to Learn a New Language Every Two Years

In today's globalized world, knowing a second language has never been more important. Fortunately, learning a new language does not have to be difficult. All it takes is dedication and a continuous source of motivation. With a few simple strategies, anyone can learn a new language.

Health
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
Stress Management: Addressing the Root Causes of Stress

In today's fast paced world too many people suffer from excess stress. They are constantly running on all cylinders and live on the brink of exhaustion. This article examines the underlying causes of stress and provides suggestions on how to better manage it.

Lifestyle
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
Making the Best of Your Freshman Year in College

If you are a high school senior, you are hopefully well on your way to planning your future. If you are considering or have been accepted to a college or university you are likely full of questions and concerns about the experience. In this article, I share some of the tips that I wish someone had told me before starting college on how to make the best of those short years.

Lifestyle
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
Time Management for Athletes: How to Study When You Are Tired, Sore, and Stressed

Whether in high school or college, today's student athletes face numerous challenges both on and off the field. Here are a few of the strategies that I used to graduate summa cum laude while playing division II college football including learning to prioritize, eliminating distractions, making time, and taking breaks.

Travel & Places
by Daniel J.
5 years ago
Preparing for Your First Time Travelling to Russia

Russia is a strange and beautiful land of contrast and paradox unlike any other in the world. This article provide some tips, tricks, and survival skills for those brave enough to travel to Russia. I discuss Russian culture, food and drink, and how to make the best of a trip to Russia.

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