I turned 25 earlier this month and as I enter this year I am filled with both anxiousness and curiosity of where this year will take me. So much can happen in a year… one of my best friends recently commented, “You could have a baby by the end of the year!” LOL. OK. HELL. NO. As I… Continue reading Goodbye 24!
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
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
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
I met my Irish friends Áine and Lochlainn by chance two years ago. (But isn’t that how we meet most of our friends?) I was at a job interview, which lead me to meeting Maggie (who’s American, but based in Dublin), who invited me out that night to meet her friends which essentially lead to me… Continue reading The Irish Invasion