Here we are, at the end of another month. July. What an obnoxious month. Seriously - I was going nuts. It was about a hundred degrees here daily. Air conditioning is not a given anywhere - least of all in apartments. Sleeping was tough. Plus I got to add in my favorite part of Spain … Continue reading July! July! July! Never seemed so Strange!
For years, my grandmother has asked me why I love Europe so much. She’s begged me to stay in America. Now, to be honest - there are some things I love about America which I’ll write on soon. However, these are my general favorite things that cross most cultural and countries in Europe. The terrace … Continue reading My 8 favorite things about Europe
So a week ago, I posted about some of the most obvious ways I Have changed since I moved abroad to live in Spain. There are lots of things that haven't changed for me. What are the things that I haven't changed a bit on? Find out below: Dress - So something interesting about Spain … Continue reading Ways I have NOT Changed since Moving Abroad
It's been just about 10 months since I've moved to Spain. It's the end of the school year and it feels like a good time to take a look at some of the ways I've changed in my time abroad. Most are subtle but I do think it speaks to the culture here when I … Continue reading Ways I have changed since moving Abroad
This year, I was a participant in one of the Auxiliar programs in Spain. As with most of these programs, I am a language assistant to a main teacher. Overall, it's been a great situation for me. I don't have as much responsibility as a main teacher and I live in Europe - a longtime … Continue reading Spanish Language Assistant: How to start your school year
Events: Cartagena part 2 So probably the biggest update I have is where I'll be living next year. Once upon a time in 2014, I lived in Cartagena, Colombia (above). Next year, I'll be living in Cartagena, Spain. I'm really hoping this is a good sign for how much I'm going to love the city. … Continue reading Making up time in May
It seems absolutely daunting when you decide to relocate your life abroad. How can you make it a little bit less chaotic? Find out here!