A quick Google search of Italy will pop up many beautiful beaches and sunsets, romantic boat rides through canals and the never ending historical Roman landmarks such as the Colosseum and St. Peter’s Basilica. Because of this, Italy will always be on someone’s bucket list of places to visit in Europe. Despite all of the … More The Top of Italy’s Boot
There are many benefits to living in Europe but one of the most shocking is how cheap it is to travel to other countries. In fact, my friends and family back home are always in disbelief when I tell them it’s possible to find flights for $50! Well, I’ve recently outdone myself by managing to … More Bordeaux, Bordeaux, Bordeaux!
Living abroad has allowed me to realize the many benefits of being a native English speaker but the opportunity to work with VIPKid has shown me that it’s easy to impact kids around the world as well as earning some good ol’ USA dollars (we’re talking like $20/hour type of money) while doing it. … More The Best Side Job- VIPKid!
I finally took the trip to the country I always dreamed about when I was a kid. Seriously, my first ever calendar was full of pictures of green, green, green Ireland! Time had passed and I had no idea what to expect of this last minute trip to the island country. We landed in Dublin … More Galway Getaway
After a week in Tokyo it was time to explore the other beautiful cities on the island nation of Japan. In fact, Japan has four main islands but my time was spent on the largest-Honshu. In order to make the process easier of traveling to various parts of the island, we made the decision to … More Japan: Hiroshima, Kyoto, and Japanese Alps
14,000,000 people. Fourteen million people. 14MILLION! That number is the shortest yet most accurate definition of Tokyo. With endless neighborhoods, thousands of restaurants and a constant swarm of people in your personal bubble, one would think that there is no way to enjoy such a place. However, it somehow works. Jumping off the metro at … More Japan: Tokyo
My main reason for taking a job in Frankfurt was to experience a new place, new language and new culture. Germany has never been on my list of places to visit but there was a feeling of excitement when I made the decision to take a job in a city where I didn’t know anyone. … More This Little Life in Frankfurt
Here I am.. drinking coffee and typing away in city that I never imagined I would visit. Filled with unpronounceable words, inedible food and undrinkable coffee, Frankfurt has made quite the impression on me. Thankfully, I’m open-minded AF and have started to see through the unchangeable culture that had blinded me for a bit. My arrival … More Frankfurt!
Copenhagen was always one of those European cities I heard about but never truly knew where or why it existed. Thankfully, my visit there provided me with a wonderful slap in the face full of language, culture, tasty food and wonderful people. Founded in the 10th century as a Viking fishing village, this city has … More Destination of the Month- Copenhagen!
1.Can I say goodbye to personal space? When conversing with a Spaniard, it is totally normal to question if they are flirting/preparing to give you a kiss because personal space doesn’t really exist in the land of tapas and siestas. The best you can do is just smile and count down the seconds/minutes/hours until you’re … More 10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Moving To Spain