Life inside is not always so great. It's easy to feel trapped, imprisoned, gasping breath, etc. I made another post that refers to how the quarantine is a bit like building a blanket fort when you were younger. It's fun at first, but can quickly turn into a place of fear and panic if you … Continue reading How to Survive a Quarantine
At first the idea of quarantining might sound fun. It's kind of like when you were a kid and decided to build a blanket fort inside. You gathered all what you needed to both build and have fun inside your fort. You build up your little nest and little home and filled it with everything … Continue reading 10 Days Quarantined
It's been almost one month in Côte D'Ivoire. Abidjan is like the anti-thesis to Paris. Both are a huge cities, plenty of people, traffic, business, economics, political summits, you-name-it, they don't call Abidjan the "Paris of West Africa" for nothing. But while the shell of Abidjan might be similar, life couldn't be any more different. … Continue reading Hey France: Some of Us Don’t Have One True Calling
Whew so it's been a while since I've posted and quite a bit has happened since then. I won't get too caught up talking about how I haven't been posting, but I promise you I have a good reason. Let's start with Christmas: Christmas 2018 For Christmas I went home for almost a week. It … Continue reading Life in France Update – March 2019
So it's been a while since I've been blogging, and even longer since I last logged into my website. I found several posts in my drafts that I hadn't even posted. Why? Who knows, maybe they are unfinished, I went ahead and just published them, unfinished or not. Like I said, its been a while, … Continue reading I’m Back and Better Than Ever!
When I first came to Europe, language was very daunting. I wasn't very motivated to learn about a language and it kind of scared me. I started in countries with languages and letters somewhat foreign to what my typical 26 alphabet is. Danish, German, and Dutch. I didn't try to learn them that well, and … Continue reading My Views on Language
After having been on the move for a solid 2 months I am very happy to have finally unpacked my big bag for one last time. I nearly teared up putting my toothbrush in the cup by the sink. I smoothed out my clothing and hung it up for the first time in months and … Continue reading Reflection on my 2-month Euro-trip