Margo: Why I went ahead and adopted another baby

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

The Story of Bowie: My New Kitten

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

My Newest Moving Experience: The good, the bad and the filthy.

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.

Where have I been? Quick February and early March Update

Hello everyone! I've been missing in action for almost a month here. Where have I been? What have I been doing? Let's jump right in. New home First and foremost, I've officially moved! I'm still living in Cartagena but at last I'm living alone. It was a really interesting experience moving and definitely I have … Continue reading Where have I been? Quick February and early March Update

Makeup No-Buy Year: Guidelines and Update

Hello, everyone! Welcome to my makeup no-buy year. I've decided that this year is the year I'm going to stop buying makeup for the entire year! Yes! You read that correctly! No ┬ánew makeup (almost). I started in January with some basic rules. I figured I would share them with all of you and let … Continue reading Makeup No-Buy Year: Guidelines and Update

My Expat life: Specific Questions Answered

Intro What are some little things you have to do to "fit in"? People in Spain walk slowly, speak quickly, dress seasonally. I have definitely actively slowed down my walking. Also they use an absolute ton of emojis. Despite the totally mild weather, I'm currently wearing a giant puffy jacket. I don't have the language skills … Continue reading My Expat life: Specific Questions Answered