Since I was around 10, I dreaded waking up my mom or dad from a nap. My mom wasn't too bad - she never was sleeping but rather just "resting her eyes" on the sofa. My dad though was in deep rem sleep. I absolutely hated having to go and wake him up. Every single … Continue reading Why is this still a thing: Stigma around Mental Health
After the crazy month that was August, it would have been really nice to come back and have a week or two before school to just relax and prepare. But that's not what happened. Instead, I had to move across Spain from Zaragoza to Cartagena. So yeah - it sounds a little dramatic to say … Continue reading Moving Across a Foreign Country
So here I am, writing this post a week into September. August was busy - I traveled all but 7 days throughout the month. I wasn't focused on planning or this blog but rather doing something I really believe in which is living in the moment. I figured I would give everyone a little insight … Continue reading August: What it meant to me
So most of the people who follow this blog with commitment are almost definitely familiar with me. However, as personal as planning, traveling and life abroad is - I don't actually talk that much about me the person. So even if you've known me for a million years - here are 28 facts that not … Continue reading 28th Birthday? 28 Facts about me
This is part of an ongoing series where I think of things that I am amazed still exist. Most of these things may appear to be dying out but I'm shocked by how prevalent they still are in my daily life. So today: junk drawers. Why are these still a thing? I remember growing up, … Continue reading Why is this still a thing: Junk Drawers
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!
So I wanted to start a little bit of a series where I think of things that I am amazed still exist. Most of these things may appear to be dying out but I'm shocked by how prevelant they still are in my daily life. So today: cat calling. Why is this still a thing? … Continue reading Why is this still a thing: Cat Calling