Update – Please Read

Hello everyone, I’m sure you all have noticed that this website isn’t being updated very often. I wanted to hop on and write a little note explaining that I haven’t dropped off the face of the planet, I’ve just changed my efforts to reflect what I find enjoyable as of late. I haven’t had a…

How Living in Europe has made me a Greener PersonĀ 

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…

Why Milan isn’t as Bad as Italians Claim

This past week was quite busy. Between studying, exams, a group project presentation, and preparing for my trip, I didn’t have a whole lot of spare time. But when I got a text from my best friend from Frankfurt School that she would have a brief moment in her busy schedule to visit me in Milan,…

Setting the Groundwork to Live Life Fluidly

If you follow either my Instagram or Facebook then this photo might look familiar to you. If not, then I highly suggest you take a look because I’ve been stepping up my Insta-game lately. But right now, we’re going to dive a bit deeper into life’s great meaning as I somehow always end up doing in these…

My Troubled Relationship with the German Language

Now that I have officially left Germany, I think it’s probably the appropriate time to share some of my final thoughts and impressions of the country, starting first with their language. Why German? In terms of American exposures to foreign languages, my relationship with German is relatively extensive. I began studying it when I transferred…

7 Major Signs that you’re Studying the Wrong Thing

After 3 long semesters of self reflection, I have an announcement to make; I chose the wrong Master program! There, I said it. If you know me in real life then I’m sure this comes as no surprise but to my blog readers, it might. I’ve tried to do the sunny approach to my blog…

It’s been one year since moving abroad!

One year can either feel like a split second or a lifetime, but I can’t recall any years that felt like both at the same time. Either way, I cannot believe that one year ago I boarded a plane and left my family and country behind. When I look back at who I was when…

Big Fish in a Little Pond; My Existential Crisis

The group projects are officially finished so all that’s left is cramming for exams in two weeks (during week 9). Last week was a bit stressful and overwhelming, but like always I’m going to share every gritty detail with you. Crazy Week at Work This last week was absolutely nuts at work. Why you might…

Two Weeks ’til I Move to the Other Side of the World – My Thoughts

I had big plans scheduled for todays post but when it came time to put fingers to the keyboard, I just couldn’t find the right words. The truth is that I’m getting incredibly sentimental. Perhaps you had already gleaned that from my last Food is Good post where I professed my love for McDonalds and other foods…