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Abandoning the comforts of home to volunteer possibly far across the globe is a life-changing experience. The exposure to taxing sights and conditions along with the culture shock of encountering new food, new people and new places can be exhilarating and overwhelming at the same time. Authored by volunteers, the following fifty blogs chronicle the highs and lows of adapting to local customs while serving a greater cause.
3. La Vida Idealist This community-powered blog aims to motivate potential volunteers to bite the bullet and undertake humanitarian work abroad, specifically Latin America. This can range from volunteering to running a non-profit organization overseas.
4. World Volunteer Web Blog Part of the excellent World Volunteer Web site, volunteers and managers from around the world contribute personal experiences, announcements, resources, and opinions to this popular blog.
6. Travelanthropist The go-to source for news, stories, tips and resources in travel philanthropy, responsible tourism and voluntourism. Completely independent, the blog aims to inspire travelers everywhere to donate their time as they travel.
7. People and PlacesThis blog campaigns for positive change in the voluntourism market, i.e.: towards ethical and transparent volunteering. It also keeps track of responsible programs and their impact on communities.
9. Energize Book Blog Energize Book features book reviews, excerpts, author interviews on all topics related to volunteer management. Volunteer leaders and managers will find the information on this blog, created by bookstore manager Lindsay Liprando, especially useful.
13. JayneBlog JayneBlog is the work of top-tier US consultant Jayne Cravens, a woman with more than 20 years of experience in volunteer management and engagement. She blogs on a variety of issues involving global and domestic humanitarian work.
14. The Vantage Point This blog of consultant firm The Vantage Point explores all topics related to volunteerism, its management, organizations and people engagement. Interesting to read, the blog regularly cites experts on volunteerism and other people-in-the-know.
16. VLabs BlogWritten with young volunteers in mind, VLabs keeps track of the latest innovations in volunteering in both the UK and the world. The site does a good job in drawing attention to increasingly popular trends like micro-volunteering and mobile volunteering.
19. Volunteer Fringe With posts on how to instill the volunteering mindset and how different social circle influence volunteerism, writer Marney McNall aims to motivate and nurture the volunteering spirit in her readers. Makes for inspirational reading.
20. I Wish Gap Year A gap year guidance website with lots of information and options for people wanting to volunteer, study or work abroad. Tips and advice on the topic can be found here in abundance.
23. The Nerdy NomadOriginally from Canada, world traveler Kirsty Henderson travels and volunteers when he can while living off his website building skills. So far, he has carried out volunteer work in Bangladesh, Nicaragua, Indonesia, Haiti and Rwanda.
24. Volunteering VagabondAn on-and-off stripper, Lisa keeps tabs on both her vagabond and global volunteering ways on her aptly named blog. Her tales of living are fascinating; her product reviews, tips and other information highly useful.
25. Birthright Armenia Blog (Armenia) On this blog, people of Armenian descent from all over the world share their experiences on what it is like to live and volunteer in the land of their ancestors. Compelling stuff.
26. In A World Without Strangers (Tanzania) Rebecca Corey writes about her life as a visiting scholar and volunteer in Tanzania. So far, she has worked on a short documentary series, survived a motorcycle accident and acted as a good Samaritan.
27. Alpaca SuitcaseAlpaca Suitcase was created by an American family that abandoned their suburban California life for one of volunteering, traveling and homeschooling in South America and the Mediterranean. Their travel itinerary covers thirteen countries in all.
28. One Tiny StarfishCanadian volunteer Nikki Cochrane has taught poor children living in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Ethiopia, India and Thailand. She blogs about her travels, humanitarian aid, volunteer work and her sponsor children.
32. VagabondingRolf Potts is an experienced writer who writes for mainstream magazines. Though officially a travel blog, Rolf regularly posts on volunteering abroad topics and his own experiences as an international aid worker.
33. Spider Webs Unite (Ethiopia)Marian, a retired educator from Vancouver, manages teacher educators in Ethiopia. She uploads lots of pictures to her site and does a good job of explaining several aspects of Ethiopian culture and volunteering to her readers.
36. Beneath the Mosquito Net (Cameroon) Canadians Greg and Caroline Spira provide treatment and support services to people living with HIV-AIDS in rural Cameroon. Written in a mostly humorous vein, they have blogged on topics as varied as tedious skin fungus treatments, slimy cacao beans and lowland gorillas.
42. Iganda? No, Uganda! (Uganda) American Lukas Fried has been teaching in Uganda since February 2010. His blog include posts on having to use a forty-year-old physics textbook and submitting to a scissorless buzz cut from a local barber.
43. Jen Does Delhi (India)Jennifer Smith has been setting up sign language interpreter training as a volunteer in Delhi, India since June 2009. She uses her blog to share photos of her Indian countryside travels and to raise money for the Deaf Way Foundation.
45. The Cowans in Kampala (Uganda) In 2009, the Cowans, a family of five, exchanged a comfortable family life in England for one of simple living and volunteering in Kampala, Uganda. They have not regretted the decision and regularly document their experiences on the family blog.
48. K-Blog (Rwanda) Originally from Arkansas, Jarod and Sarah Ring moved to Rwanda in early 2010 and have taken on learning the difficult language Kinyarwanda, yoga and traveling in between their volunteering stints.
49. In Jamaica (Jamaica) Jacquie works for a foundation that promotes mediation and conflict resolution in Kingston, Jamaica. There since late 2009, she has blogged about Kingston life, the underlying societal tensions and her volunteer work.
Katie, a US native, had traveled to Buenos Aires on several extended trips before the citys lure became too strong and she decided to call it home. Long fascinated by the global scene, Katie earned a degree in International Studies from Miami University and spent time studying and living in Madrid, Spain. She then worked in marketing for an international board game company followed by a brief foray as an online community editor for several websites before joining the Connect-123 team. Still a tourist at heart herself, Katie loves watching newcomers discover the charm of Buenos Aires and takes great pleasure in helping them make the most out of their work and volunteer opportunities while experiencing everything this dynamic city has to offer.
Program Director, Argentina:Katie, a US native, had traveled to Buenos Aires on several extended trips before the citys lure became too strong and she decided to call it home. Long fascinated by the global scene, Katie earned a degree in International Studies from Miami University and spent time studying and living in Madrid, Spain. She then worked in marketing for an international board game company followed by a brief foray as an online community editor for several websites before joining the Connect-123 team. Still a tourist at heart herself, Katie loves watching newcomers discover the charm of Buenos Aires and takes great pleasure in helping them make the most out of their work and volunteer opportunities while experiencing everything this dynamic city has to offer.
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