Forty-nine days in Scotland, and fifty-seven left to go. Thus far, I’ve been to multiple historical sites, clubs, pubs, you name it, I’ve been to at least one of them. That being said, I recently took a moment last week to sit down, and write in my journal… More
You can’t escape it. You know it’s going to happen at least once or maybe even a dozen times while you’re abroad. You will get sick. But you’ll be ok, I promise.
This blog is a bit late because I got sick. Really sick, I was uncomfortably hot in temperatures… More
Although I have never been to the UK before, I felt at ease from the moment I stepped off the plane. At that point, my feelings seemed indescribable. I was content but confused, waiting for some form of culture shock to hit me. It was strange that London… More
What I’ve learned about living in another country is that 90% of the time, life is much of the same. However, that last 10% is where memories are made, where stories you’ll re-tell for years are born, what most of your phone space will be dedicated to… More
Finding balance in college is difficult.
On paper, I went to college to expand my educational opportunities, get a degree, and secure a job after graduation. But I also went to join clubs and societies, meet new people, and maybe sleep in every once… More