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Travel Jobs: Entertainment Edition

  I cannot get away from the term "digital nomad." It's everywhere, in the most annoying way. Sometimes I just want to give it a firm elbow, like the kid in class who won't stop playing the drums with his pencils. Okay WE GET IT, you

A Love Letter to Florida

Florida, you know I love you. But I can't do this anymore. This time I'm really leaving you. I know it's not the first time I've said it I'm going for good

Find Auditions Online With These Need-To-Know Websites

You are ready to nail your first audition—prepped with your dance shoes, a headshot, and the fierce determination of a dancer who has trained their whole life for this moment… So now what? Those MainStage dreams won’t wait around. You’ve got to go out and get them!

Side Hustles for Dancers

Being a dancer, or artist of any kind, is hard work—rewarding to the soul, but often not for the bank account. Does the term “starving artist,” sound familiar? Sadly, the stereotype is too often true. High paying jobs for dancers are hard to come by.

How to Be A Freelance Performer

What does it take to make it as a freelance performer? Besides being able to sing, dance and act, today’s artists also have to have to be their own boss—the CEO of their personal brand. You can practice songs and rehearse your choreography until you

Transitioning Careers After Dance

Dancing is not something you do forever. I dread the day that I will say goodbye to dance as a career, but also anticipate it--like an uncomfortable lunch date you want to get out of the way. I tell friends and family about "the transition"

Why I’m Bummed Out With Travel Blogging

Way back in 2012 I started a travel blog. It was an embarrassing attempt at documenting my "wild and crazy" adventures of my twenties (spoiler: not that wild and crazy). I wrote loquacious blog posts in an attempt to be a young Jack Keroac (cringe!

Badass Bookstores

I don't know about you but there's nothing better than curling up in a cozy bookstore in a foreign city. If I'm feeling homesick or lonely or lost, a bookstore brings me right back to a place of familiarity. No matter the differences, every culture