How Studying Abroad Changed My Life

“Travel is little beds and cramped bathrooms. It’s old television sets and slow Internet connections. Travel is extraordinary conversations with ordinary people. It’s waiters, gas station attendants, and housekeepers becoming the most interesting people in the world. It’s churches that are compelling enough to enter. It’s McDonald’s being a luxury. It’s the realization that you…

The Pearl of the Adriatic (& All Of Europe)

Traveling to Dubrovnik was a bit of an after thought for me. Moving to London with a roundtrip ticket, a short stay visa, and plans to be Stateside by the time the New Year rolled around, it wasn’t until I was on my way back to Heathrow did Dubrovnik squeeze it’s way onto my list of…

5 Unexpected Cities That Will Steal Your Heart

I always thought it would be the most famous cities that would impact me most. While selfies with the Colosseum & Eiffel Tower have made for profile pictures galore though, it has been the the strolls through quiet cobblestone villages and foreign serenading that have truly stolen my heart.

‘Tis The Season

While doorsteps in the States are flooded with pumpkins and turkey wreaths, life across the pond is already well into counting down the days until Christmas. With hundreds of light crawls & market stalls throughout the city, make sure to not miss these holiday festivals, freezing ice rinks, and snowman themed afternoon teas this Christmas in London.

Only Pudding For Dessert

From stuffing suitcases to exchanging money, the one thing I didn’t think I had to worry about when I decided to study abroad in London was learning a new language. Little did I know, I was so wrong.

From Romans To Austen

From the Romans to Jane Austen, Bath, England is the essence of British life and history. Home to ruins dating back to 43 AD, three hot springs, and inspiration to writers for centuries, one weekend in Bath had me house hunting for the perfect British winter home.