Let me tell you, I was completely surprised by how much I loved this city. The couple of posts I looked up as research before I went said that the city was beautiful and worth a stop, but I was not prepared to love it as much as I did. I guess the bus ride … More Leipzig; One of Germany’s Hidden Gems
In just a few short hours I will be getting on a train with no idea where I’m going or when I’ll be back. I’ve traveled enough at this point that this knowledge no longer terrifies but thrills me. It’s incredibly freeing to not know the details; to have a starting point and just go … More I don’t know when I’ll be back…
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
I wanted to take a few days after the election to really gather and process my thoughts before putting pen to paper. I am going to try and keep this post as short as I can because although I am feeling many emotions and have many thoughts on the matter, a lot of them have … More The Election from the Perspective of an American Student in Europe
I cannot believe this day is finally here. I have been planning and planning this trip for so long and for it now to finally be here – to be leaving America in just a few hours; it’s unreal. I am so emotional right now. I cannot decide if I am happy or sad; excited … More 3, 2, 1 – Liftoff
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 … More Two Weeks; My Thoughts
Who doesn’t love food? One of the best parts of traveling is undoubtedly sampling local cuisine. There is a long list of foods I’m looking forward to enjoying again that I just could not find in the US and foods that I will be sad to leave behind because they’re impossible to find or just not the … More Food is Good.
–Just a quick note: Please consider skipping personal fireworks to save stress to pets, wildlife and prevent wildfires. Thanks!– There aren’t many holidays more patriotic than the 4th of July, and it will be the last holiday I spend in the United States for a long time. From my experience last year, a good portion … More Happy 4th of July!
This is my very first blog, and I’ll admit that I was a bit critical of my friends who had them. My former opinion was that there could be nothing more narcissistic or stereotypically “millennial” than to have an entire website dedicated to your own life. Well, obviously those views have changed. While doing research from my upcoming … More So here’s the rundown…