- Offered hands-on advice from a young traveler, pertinent to her cohort
- Focused on issues primarily for students and other young people, such as the Bunk Brisbane youth hostel in Australia and a working visa only for young people
Kathleen Crislip is a former writer for TripSavvy, contributing articles for eight years. She focused on topics of interest mainly to students and other young people, such as spring break and post-graduation trips, a Australian working visa only for young people, and what to do when your family and college friends don't support your travel yen. Her articles also appeared in publications such as Pinterestas and Flipboard.
Kathleen Crislip has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Washington State University and a master's from Seattle University for family nurse practitioners.
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