Chile is the southernmost country in South America and is called “The End of The World.” I get to be here in Santiago, Chile, for more than 100 days, but since this is my first week ever outside of the U.S., this is the start of the world for me. … read more
I Studied Abroad … Now What?
After planning my study abroad trip for more than three years (thanks to what I’ve nicknamed “pandemic patience”), my four months in Costa Rica passed in a flash. I’ve been back in the United States for a little over a month now, and my time abroad already feels like a… read more
Living with the Lovedays
Often people ask me what was my favorite part about studying abroad and looking back there are SEVERAL things I really enjoyed about my time in London. From spending hours exploring the history of the once most powerful city in the world to celebrating the queen’s birthday at the trooping… read more
Tuesday Adventures in Frankfurt (Oder)
In my last post, I talked about the importance of pressing into the home culture when studying abroad. I wanted to use this post as an opportunity to give a practical example of how I did exactly that. Every Tuesday I had a class called German Literature in the 19th… read more