When the digital nomad decides to hang up her backpack.

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How Brazilians treat time differently, from London to Rio de Janeiro.

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Can a letter be your Horcrux?

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How single people’s time gets treated as a lower value commodity.

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Then out of the corner of my eye, I saw movement. A military tank was making its way up the hill to the favela…

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The classroom

How Brazil changed how I treat my body.

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Many situationships are really meant to be friendships.

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We don’t need to prove our independence.

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When female independence is both a curse and a blessing.

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Balancing and acting on the feelings of empathy with rejection.

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We take the male sexual desire for women for granted.

Nikola Grace Radley

Freelance writer. You can find me reading under a palm tree in Rio de Janeiro. E-mail: nikola.grace.radley@gmail.com

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