China does a lot of things right, but Disneyland in Shanghai is one of our newest obsessions! With everything you can do in China, you wouldn't think Disneyland would be one of ILP China volunteers favorite vacation spots, but it is! There are many reasons we love Disneyland Shanghai, but these are the top 10.
We know the most stressful week as an ILP volunteer is the one you leave, so here is some details of what to expect!
It's your birthday! It's your birthday! We're gonna party like's it's your birthday! But, for real. Birthdays are the best and they only get better when you get all kinds of free stuff. Take advantage of all these freebies below and make the day epic (and full of a lot of food)!
Topics: Saving Money
Getting ready for a train ride, bus ride or flight? Lucky you because you're going somewhere exciting! Unfortunately those long trips can be a bit ... long! Having things to do is key and music can be super helpful to help pass the time —come check out this playlist we made, just for you.
If you're planning on taking online classes or keeping in touch while living in China for a semester, here's one travel hack you don't want to miss. Picking the right email domain can make or break your experience!
Want to really get into the Christmas season by studying Christ? We’ve put together a month’s worth of challenges so you can cross that goal off your to-do list … and get started on your goals of volunteering and traveling the world.
Yoga can be an amazing way to de-stress, unwind, find balance and find peace. There are tons of classes, online info, YouTube videos and more to help you really get into it and learn new poses. For now, here are 5 suuuuper easy poses for beginners.
Topics: Finding Your Best Self
We know Thailand is on your bucket list, but what in the world are you supposed to see? You’d hate to travel all the way there and realize that you missed one of the 10 must see places … We’ve talked to our ILP volunteers who are living in Thailand about the things you’ve got to see while you're here.
We love how these volunteers from the Dominican Republic decided to help out someone they really loved — Tamaris, the sweet cook!
If you didn’t know, students at BYU-Idaho go to school on their own unique three track semester system which has some serious pros, especially when it comes to volunteering with ILP. We’ve put this blog post together to show you that you’ve totally got options if you want to volunteer with us, even if you’re stuck going to school on the BYU-Idaho tracks that are different from a typical semester timeline at other universities.