In honor of summer coming in just a couple of weeks, I wanted to write a few posts for first time backpackers. While I may be a little bit late for a lot of people who have already made plans - I figured that this series could be helpful in the future. Decide on an … Continue reading Backpacking Basics: How to plan for your first European Adventure
About a month and a half ago, I found my beautiful baby Bowie outside of my school. You can read the whole story in this post. I love him so much. He is charming and funny and sweet. I thought that everything was settled in my two being family. About a week after I got … Continue reading Margo: Why I went ahead and adopted another baby
When I was 11, my family had three cats: Enzo, Lydia and Tess. I come from a long line of cat lovers. Unexpectedly, Enzo, the only boy who I had for my whole life died. A week later, my dad found Oscar. He was the tiniest baby cat with beautiful grey and white fluffy fur. … Continue reading The Story of Bowie: My New Kitten
So I decided that this was an intro I needed to write while I was still here, before dinner on a seriously glorious day. My first trip to Copenhagen was in 2012 - I came solo. I'm not sure what ignited my initial interest but I fell in love with the city. Since then, I've … Continue reading My Ultimate Guide to Copenhagen: My Favorite City
It's been 18 months since I committed to Bullet Journaling. I had been planning using my Erin Condren Life Planner for about 4 years and had given the BuJo a try once before without success. I wanted to write down some advice and tips I have for keeping up a bullet journal. While I do … Continue reading Tips on How to Keep Up a Bullet Journal
March usually is a bit of a difficult month for me. It's the month that my mother died. It's the month of my father's birthday. There's really not much to look forward to in March overall. As usual, this March was pretty bleak. While there were a couple of highlights, for the most part, March … Continue reading March Wrap Up
In January, I decided it was time to move. Since living in Spain, I've had like 10 rotations of roommates. While in general, I wasn't bothered, I suddenly realized I needed to live alone. It all came to a head when yet another new roommate moved in. They (don't really want to reveal a gender … Continue reading My Newest Moving Experience: The good, the bad and the filthy.