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.
Do I miss my family, friends and home? If there is one kind of question that I get asked often by everyone, it's basically: Do you miss your life in the states? It's sort of a tricky question. It assumes that my family and friend structure is the same as everyone else's. It also assumes … Continue reading The Most Frequently Asked Question
The first time I moved abroad was in 2014. I was planning on going to Thailand but unfortunately there was this whole military coop. Long story short I ended up in Colombia. I didn't know what to expect which turned out to be extremely detrimental. Now, I'm a year into living in Spain and I … Continue reading 5 Little Pieces of Advice for People Moving Abroad
So - I'm not really an expert in this topic. Maybe some poeple would say I'm barely a beginner since I've only actually gone through this process one time. However, it's time again for me to start thinking about my next move within Spain. This time - I'm moving to a much smaller city - … Continue reading Apartment Hunting: Expat Style
This September marks one year that I've lived abroad. I've learned a lot. I've changed a fair amount through my experiences. I wouldn't say it's been a hallmark year but I wouldn't change much since I've learned from so many parts of my experience. What are some of the more grand things I've learned? I … Continue reading One Year in Spain: A Reflection
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
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!
What are five items that I am glad I dragged across the Atlantic when I moved to Spain? Here were my essentials.
Here are the top 10 things that have surprised me (for good and bad reasons) since moving and adjusting to Spanish life