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
I think a lot of people have some sort of preconception as to what it’s like to write a thesis or conduct some big research project. Whether it resembles reality is another question. While many may never get the opportunity (or wouldn’t ever want the opportunity cause let’s face it… it ain’t fun), and while … More What it’s REALLY like to Write your Master’s Thesis
Conveying a story in photo is very difficult especially for those like me who tend to take photos of the surrounding city as opposed to myself (selfies don’t count here haha). But after scrolling back a few months I remembered this photo my friend took of me and thought how well it conveyed a sense … More “Story” – A Weekly Photo Challenge
After having already worked a fourth of my life, it has been so refreshing to finally be doing something I actually enjoy. Ever since I moved out at the age of 18, I have been working shitty retail jobs to get by. While I really value those experiences for what they taught me and for … More Saying Goodbye to Frankfurt School; my Working Video Portfolio
My how time flies. Literally just yesterday I was updating you all on how my last quarter went and here I am posting a vlog of my very last day of class. In just a couple of days I will be taking my last exam and then I’m off for a month of vacation/work/moving prep. … More My Last Day of Class at Frankfurt School!
I’ve been hinting at this huge news for the last couple weeks and if you follow me on any of my social media you probably already know this, but I’m moving to Italy in February! Why you might ask? Just like my previous hop across the world, the answer is education. I have secured a position … More I’m Moving to Italy!
I’ve gotten a lot of questions like, “why Germany?” or “how’d you get here?” during my time studying in Frankfurt. It’s a pretty straightforward story that, on the surface, perhaps lacks some magical feeling of destiny or magic but I think that once people get to know me and where I’m from, they start to … More Small-Town USA to City Life in Germany; How it Happened
It’s been a while since I’ve sat down and actually talked about what’s been going on in my Master of Finance program. I gave a brief overview in my A Life in the Day post which featured my “Follow me Around” vlog but didn’t really go in depth about my classes and projects, etc so, in case you … More A Good Ol’ Fashioned Weekly Update; Projects Galore as we end the Semester
Now that the semester is in full swing, I’m simultaneously never home and always home. I won’t complain now that I’m in a flat I love. I mean, can you argue with this view? Even on a cloudy, depressing day like this, the view is stunning. Enjoy my submission to The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge.
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…