A Beginners Guide to Germany; 25 Tips to help Bridge the Culture Gap

Ah Germany, land of the punctual, recycling, and schnitzel. I recently returned to the country after having lived there for a couple years. While I didn’t experience any culture shock this time around, it served as a reminder of all the things that had once been learning curves. I also had with me my friend … More A Beginners Guide to Germany; 25 Tips to help Bridge the Culture Gap

I’d Rather be Traveling – A Weekly Photo Challenge

While I try not to do too many of these challenges in a row, this week’s prompt was too perfect to pass up. “I’d rather be ___.” I didn’t even have to think twice before answering “traveling.” I guess it’s a good thing I’m off to Berlin in just a few days then, huh? While I’ve … More I’d Rather be Traveling – A Weekly Photo Challenge

How to Fit your Life in Two Suitcases | Moving to Italy

We all know it, moving is stressful. If you’ve been doing a lot of it, it’s probably downright dreadful by now. So when you add on foreign languages, strange customs and limiting weight restrictions, it’s no wonder that things can turn into a bit of a nightmare. Since I’ve done an international “pack your bags … More How to Fit your Life in Two Suitcases | Moving to Italy

My First Week at one of the Best Business Schools in the World

While I was already at one of the best business schools in Europe studying my Master of Finance, I couldn’t resist the opportunity to study abroad one last time in my educational career. Many students at Frankfurt School choose to study abroad their last semester and since I am trying to make the most of … More My First Week at one of the Best Business Schools in the World