November has come and left. To be honest, when I sat down trying to think about what I got up to this month, I couldn't really remember. It's not to say that it was a bad month. In fact, I think it's a sign of my overall comfort and subtle easing into normalcy here. I … Continue reading November
In the absolutely immortal words of Michael Kors, "I was underwhelmed." I'm not saying that each of these cities were awful places, just that they didn't live up to my expectations. For each of these cities, there are alternatives that, in every way that matters to me as a traveler, beat out the overhyped destination. … Continue reading Cities that Seriously Underwhelmed Me
It's such a predictable adult thing to say: "where did the time go? It feels like just yesterday that it was the first of September. I'm going to blink and it will be Christmas!" Part of me hates that I've become this. But I guess I also think it's inevitable. I cannot believe I've already … Continue reading October’s Disappearing Act
What are five things that I really miss about my home country? Find out here!
I hate to say it, but I'm in my late 20s. While my life isn't perfect - I think most of my family and friends would say I have my shit together. I"m living abroad which is something I always wanted to do. I have hobbies that make me happy. I have had a number … Continue reading Little Changes to make in your Late 20s
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
I think every single person has been there. They are on the plane and some adult is just being rude. Whether they are talking loudly or they refuse to sit down during taxi and it makes everyone around them miserable. Traveling is something that should be enjoyable but often is made less than fun by … Continue reading A Few Lessons in Travel Manners