Get yourself to a place.
Do some work.
Eat and sleep for free.
Travel the world. Workaway.
It sounds too good to be true. But is it?
A former participant took the time out to give us the lowdown on her experience so that other Impact Explorers can follow her lead.
Step foot near a bustling airport, crowded bus stop or hoppin' restaurant.
Then, look down. What do you see?
Chances are, it's trash.
It seems that, despite government efforts to raise public awareness about throwing garbage on the ground and the installation of more trashcans on the street, the litter persists.
Luckily, there are still some Captain Planets out there, trying to make this situation better. Arm yourself today with an app that promises to help create a cleaner street, park and bus stop tomorrow.
For novice urban-dwellers and scaredy cats, city biking can be, to quote Aladdin, a whole new world.
But given the financial and health benefits, many opt to commute on two wheels.
Many novice bikers learn lessons the hard way: on the street. Luckily, you don’t have to.
Here's a shortlist of tips for biking in the city, whether you're fresh off your training wheels or a Tour de France veteran.
Let's change the world.
Who wrote this?
Gina Edwards, Impact Explorer founder and lover of all pun jokes, making a positive change in the world, Stephen Colbert, Jif Peanut Butter, and staying inside on rainy days. Order may vary.