I’ve won a year’s supply of Chick-fil-A. Twice. It’s actually way easier than you think to win a year’s supply of Chick-fil-A! So why don’t more people do it? Beats me. You can find all of the official details here, but if you’re too lazy to read the document, the main points you need to… Continue reading How to: Score Free Chick-fil-A for A YEAR!
Four years ago this month, I visited London for the first time whilst studying abroad. I stayed with family friends (shout out to Heather and David for an amazing weekend!) and as soon as we got off the train at Waterloo station to explore the city, I instantly knew: I would live here someday. The… Continue reading Four Years Later
It doesn’t get easier. I don’t think adjusting to huge life changes ever gets easier. I think it’s also more difficult when these changes happen for reasons out of our control- and I don’t necessarily mean that negatively, i.e. I knew my masters program would inevitably end and I’d have to figure out my next… Continue reading A Time of Growth
I spent the past two weeks hosting a friend from Texas and had the chance to show her a slice of my European life as we made our way through London, Paris, Italy, and Ireland. This is going to be more of a diary entry, and my follow up blog post will be more about… Continue reading Across the Continent
When I was in the second grade, I was introduced to the Beatles by my favorite teacher (shout-out to Ms. Tolbert!). I begged my mom to buy me the 1 | Beatles album on a Sams run one fine day in November 2000, and spent a concerning amount of time listening to it over and over… Continue reading All You Need is Love
This past spring, in addition to assisting in the general study abroad experience for our spring kiddos, I helped with a lot of the logistics for our summer custom programs (CPs)! This involved countless hours of planning tours and pricing out activities for our many CPs that visit London for short summer immersion trips. I… Continue reading The Champagne Life
I haven’t traveled much during my time here in London, primarily because I’m so busy balancing work and my course load. However, I recently ventured back to Dublin (AKA my second home) to catch up with my little #IrishFam. I hadn’t visited Dublin since November! I was overdue for a visit. It was my friend… Continue reading Dubs and a Ramble