In case you didn’t see from my last couple of posts, I’m in Bremen! I caught an insanely early train on Christmas Eve and spent Christmas with my friend Ivana and her family. I spent the full week after Christmas at their house, had tons of fun, and tried lots of new food. Keep scrolling for details! … More Adventures in Bremen
Between working the majority of my winter break and how expensive plane tickets are, I knew a long time ago that I would be spending the holidays and my birthday away from family. As many of you may know from my last post, I was invited to stay with my friend Ivana and her family for … More A Traditional German Christmas in Bremen
At the end of May, 2015 (after my junior year of college) I boarded a plane for the first time ever with a nonstop, 11 hour flight from Seattle to Frankfurt. I touched down in Germany and was picked up by my friend, Katharina. She had studied abroad in my little hometown in Washington state … More The First time I ever left the United States; A Summer Studying Abroad in Germany
I’ve lived for over a year in Germany but it took me almost that full year before getting around to exploring this beautiful country. Now that I have “seen everything” (as if that were possible), I thought I would share my backpacking guide so you can make the most out of your time in the country. … More Backpack all of Germany in 1 Month; and Truly see Everything
So, in case you haven’t been reading my blogs recently, I’ll do a quick summary of what has been going on lately. I finished my first semester of my Masters of Finance program at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and promptly headed off on a trip through Germany for Christmas and New Years. … More New Job!
The last week of my first semester in the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management has come to a close. Boy was it a busy one. Here’s what I did this past week. Christmas Market in Darmstadt I started the week taking a little break from studying for finals to visit my friend from Darmstadt. We exchanged … More Finals Week (but Mostly Christmas Markets and Parties)
Well this post is going to be short and maybe a bit boring. Last week was a break for students to concentrate on studying for the upcoming finals week. At Washington State University (my alma mater) students and professors alike fondly referred to this time as Dead Week. Whether that was because the campus was … More Dead Week = Studying + Exams