My time in London is coming to an end soon (not really, I still have a month), but I am already starting to reflect on my time here. I wish I would’ve done some things differently, but there are things I will never regret. What I regret… I definitely regret eating out so much… While … More London- A Reflection
Things are busy around my house as my housemates are beginning to clean up their rooms in preparation for their move out day. Although we’ve only known each other for 5 months, we have definitely gotten close while living with each other. I’m glad I found housing on my own (not university housing); I was … More Here come the “Goodbyes”!
I came to London with a high expectation to meet individuals from the other UC’s, since the program is only for UC students. Boy oh boy, have those expectations been met. When I first got here, I wasn’t really hanging out with my flatmates or the other people in my program. I pretty much stuck to … More Friends Abroad!
Wow, I can honestly say I am speechless. While I try to remain unbiased in my blog post, I can’t help but feel scared and sad for my country. Not just the fact that Donald Trump is our newly elected president, but the fact that we are a joke to the rest of the world. … More U.S. Election – My Reaction
Money – specifically, budgeting money, is a very important part of studying abroad. So important that it needs its own blog post. Especially if you decide to study abroad in one of the most expensive places to live in the world, Australia. My guess as to why everything is so expensive here in comparison to … More Cost of Living
As my semester is wrapping up and I will be heading back to the States soon, I think it’s fitting to talk about the main reason I’m studying abroad in Australia. More specifically why I am in Melbourne, at the number one uni in Australia (fact, I promise), University of Melbourne. From orientation day to finals: … More Australian Studies
After months and months of campaigning, tomorrow is finally election day back in the States and I couldn’t be more worried. I’m not going to share my political views, but I will share the feedback I’ve received from many Europeans and Londoners. According to people, I have an American accent which I’ve never heard of, … More The U.S. Election & Living in Europe