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!
Remember when we were little and birthdays actually mattered to us? We counted down. We knew exactly how old we would be. We made lists of things we wanted. We celebrated with family and then again with friends. As we’ve gotten older, birthdays have lost some of their pomp and circumstance. There are other things … Continue reading The Hardest part about Living Abroad