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
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
Whilst running work errands last week, I found myself next to the Palace Theatre, most famous for being the current home of the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play. It’s a massive production, featuring two three hour long parts, and it’s been on my bucket list for a whole year. The play is notoriously hard to… Continue reading Pure Magic
It has been a crazy month! I came back to London at the end of January entirely ready for this semester but never anticipated all that February would bring. I have new classes, a new job, and a new flat. A few updates… My spring courses are all going great so far and I can’t… Continue reading Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes!
I’ve been asked before how my days go here. Here is what transpired today… 8:00AM- My alarm goes off at 8AM. I have every intention to greet the world with a huge smile and a HELLO WORLD! Fresh fruit, eggs, toast, and tea await me! Morning yoga, anyone? But, alas, I’m not a morning person and I… Continue reading Erryday, I’m Hustlin
My masters program gave us five whole weeks off for Christmas so naturally I came straight home to mama to spend the holidays with those I love most! I love London, and it continues to remain my favorite city in the world… to visit. Living here is incredibly fun, and but wow is it expensive! I’ve… Continue reading America the Beautiful
These last few weeks that I was in London were spent wrapping up my semester, battling a horrendous week-long cold, and doing quintessential London things before I returned to the New World. These things included… Winter Wonderland! For those unfamiliar, Winter Wonderland is essentially a Christmas carnival on steroids. I was entirely mentally unprepared the first… Continue reading London To-Dos