It was my last spring break of graduate school and I needed somewhere cheap to go. My funds were critical because I was planning my big graduation trip (which I'm SO excited for and because student loans love to kill my vibe). So after a few searches, Mexico City became my new destination. 1 week … Continue reading Learning to Let Go of My Fears
First I apologize for not writing any posts on my blog for a while, life has been crazy. Thankfully, I'm slowly coming back and fighting through it all. But in other news so I'm going to GREECE, by my self. omgomgomgomgomg This is my first real solo trip. Yes, I have been to London a … Continue reading 1st REAL Solo Trip
It's been about 8+ months since I graduated from school and been home. I honestly have never felt so disconnected from everything at this place I call home. Funny right? So distracted by friends, parties, social media, and everything else that falls in between. I could never understand why people hate or are even scared … Continue reading Home?
I feel like everyday I wake up and before I go to my bed I catch myself reflecting. Regardless of my hate for my living conditions, this has been the best semester of my life. Not for the basic reasons of traveling to Europe and taking amazing photos for social status. But because of everything … Continue reading Last Week
Haggling is the way of shopping in Morocco. If you don't know what it is here you go: basically when looking to buy gifts for your friends at home you go to these little shops. When you ask the vendor how much he or she will say a price, that price is usually super high … Continue reading Haggling
It's funny because you would think that since I have less than a month left I would explore London as much as possible. Instead I'm doing the total opposite. I'm stuck on this constant routine or sleep, eat, maybe hit the gym, do NON STOP HOMEWORK. My life is now revolving around the non stop … Continue reading Counting Down
This past week was my fall break and I went to Amsterdam and Scotland. Both places were A BLAST! Unfortunately there were some downs on trip which made me feel uncomfortable and a little embarrassed. I was denied service twice on my trip. 1st Amsterdam: My friends and I (all American and minorities) went to eat at a … Continue reading Please Leave