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Dear readers, publishers, and friends whom I have dragged to this URL: welcome to the end. Last night I bid my official… More

H. Saul University of Sydney, Australia


H. Saul


University of Sydney, Australia


The name's Saul, and at the age of 21 I've packed my bags and headed off to spend my penultimate semester of college in Sydney, Australia. I'm into nature and tech, which have nothing to do with my majors in English and Anthropology at Brandeis University. I'm a New Yorker born and raised, I rock jeans and a t shirt like nobody's business, and I put the rave in travel. Follow me on my adventures around Oceania- we'll laugh, I'll cry, and then maybe we'll all learn something. But probably not.

Happy Trails

H. Saul November 8, 2016

Dear readers, publishers, and friends whom I have dragged to this URL: welcome to the end. Last night I bid my official academic studies adieu, this morning I handed in drafts of two Co-Curricular Learning Certificates, and my laptop is imminently headed… More

Adventure Time

H. Saul October 11, 2016

This post is going to be a little different, because I’m grabbing you, friend, and we’re going to very distant lands. So close your eyes (metaphorically... please keep reading) and picture this: You are alone in a rainforest. It is perhaps 15°C (45°F)… More

Unexpected Lessons

H. Saul September 29, 2016

Well hello again, dear blog. These past few months have been of discovery and exploration and learning, and I have some very big news that you probably already knew: plans fail. This week is midsemester break, and I set off for New Zealand to trek through… More

Taking Advantage of Opportunities

H. Saul September 6, 2016

Every day the people around you go on trips, to new places you haven’t been, and have new experiences. And the only way you’re going to get in on it is by inserting yourself. It seems hard and super awkward when you’re talking to a friend and they say… More

Unplugging and Recharging

H. Saul August 29, 2016

I want to take a moment and talk about something we all have, and we all use: smartphones. They can make you feel like you’re right next to someone 10,000 miles away, but they can also completely detach you from something happening not 5 feet in front… More

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