Trust The Process

Sitting on the stage in the middle of  Cistern Yard for the 2018 graduation ceremony was nothing short of surreal. Every thought that could go through my mind at that time did, "How did four years go by so fast?", "I really hope I don't trip"... "It is hot as hell" and  "What am I... Continue Reading →

Coming Home

I had this idea in my head that reverse culture shock was going to be the hardest task to handle once I got back to Michigan. I thought about not hearing French spoken in the streets or not having my beloved metro. I thought about how loud it was going to be (we Americans really... Continue Reading →


When asked, almost everyone will tell you they started drinking coffee in college. It's a staple, no matter what country you're in coffee is always there.  I'm talking about coffee shops and no, Starbucks doesn't count, even if they're taking over the world. Coffee shops are all relatively the same, each with their own unique... Continue Reading →

Oh To Be Royal

Every traveler has a “must-see” list, and every traveler's list is different. The list all depends on what you like, maybe you’re a museum lover, a park wanderer or a bar hopper, maybe all three. No matter which way your list leans, when traveling to France, you will find Versailles somewhere in the mix. Locals... Continue Reading →

“Oh Les Vaches”

 "Oh la la! Careful! Careful!!" Those are the words that came from the French women passing by as I sat on the edge of the Cliffs of Moher. This seemed rare to me since most people are too caught up in finding their own level of comfort while standing 700 feet above the Atlantic to... Continue Reading →

12 countries, 1 rule

I have a clashing personality. I easily go with the flow and just as easily can be extremely stubborn when I've made a decision. For as easy going as I can be; when I want to do something I do it. I was with my family, waiting to board a flight thinking about how much... Continue Reading →

Eggs Not So Over “Easy”

I woke up this morning to an empty apartment ( a rare joy when you are studying abroad and living with a host family) and a hungry stomach. Overly excited to use the kitchen and make my favorite meal of the day, the simple egg breakfast became Avocado Toast topped with Salmon and Over-Easy Eggs.... Continue Reading →

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