If you aren’t already, make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel. I’ve really been enjoying posting Weekly Vlogs over there and I even have a very special DIY video in the works right now. It’s pretty impressive if I do say so myself so make sure to follow me somewhere so that you don’t miss … More Did You Miss it?
This is a pretty wild story so go ahead, grab some coffee and get comfy while I spill some tea. If you have been following me then you might have seen the pre-move update a couple of months ago where I talked about the fact that I got a job in Salt Lake City, Utah … More Apartment Hunting in Salt Lake City – A Horror Story
A few weeks ago I wrote all about how good Germans are at recycling (and how difficult it can be in America). Since I’ve spent the last two years of my life in Europe (and about 2 years total in Germany specifically), I think it would be pretty incredible for me not to have picked … More How Living in Europe has made me a Greener Person
Really? Yes, really. And to top it off, I did it intentionally. You might think I’m crazy but let me explain: My birthday has fallen on a weekday for most of my life. That’s probably not too uncommon of an experience considering there are 5 weekdays and only 2 weekend days, but leap year has … More I Spent my Birthday in a Broke-Down Bus – and it was AMAZING
Wishing everyone a safe and happy holidays filled with love, laughter and some good food. I was fortunate to get to come home for Christmas and am writing this post from my parents comfy recliner in front of our Christmas tree. In a few days I will hop back on an airplane and head back … More Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
If you’re not subscribed to my YouTube channel then you’re missing half the fun! If it ever feels like I haven’t posted here in a while, it probably means I’ve been posting videos to MyWayofEverything on YouTube. This is especially true for last week where I didn’t have time to type out a blog post … More Quick Reminder
Germans are very proud of their Umweltfreundlichkeit (environmental friendliness). From recycling and car emissions to public transit and home appliances, there isn’t much that isn’t influenced but the German desire to live clean or save money (or both). It’s commendable of the German government to effectively incentives its citizens and companies towards a more sustainable … More Garbage Sorting & Recycling in Germany
As many of you know, I finished up the coursework for my Master of Finance in June when I passed my last exam at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. What you might not know is what all I’ve been doing since then to finally get started on my career. I’ve been keeping everything a secret … More I’m Employed! Beginning my Consulting Career
I’m sorry I’m super behind writing this post considering it’s now mid-September and my classes at Bocconi finished early June. Right after I was done with my studies I took off on my trip around Italy and then I was writing my thesis and then I moved home and so this is the first time … More My Last EVER Semester; Complete & in the Books
As you may already know, a few months ago I completed my study abroad semester of my Master of Finance degree at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. I spent half a year in the bustling city and really enjoyed my time there. By most standards it’s a much more fun place to live than Frankfurt (where … More My Favorite Places in Milan