It’s the summer after our first year in college, our first year away from home; a year of reinvention.
tips, tricks, and lessons learned while backpacking through Europe
An honest perspective on the realities and wonders of studying abroad.
I felt like a little kid, smiling foolishly every time I peered through my window, watching as humidity crystallized into tiny snowflakes.
Taking a gap can provide you with life experience, and a whole new outlook on the world, which in the end will forevermore help you in your future and in deciding what you truly want. Don’t be afraid to look beyond the lines.
a wanderlust fueled guide though the magical land of Costa Rica
I wandered down cobblestone streets, completely lost by the beauty that was unfolding with every winding turn and narrow step. Buildings that felt older than time itself towered over me, shrinking myself down to this infinitely small beginning in the midst of all this wonder.
July went by in a whirlwind. I had many new experiences that left me urning for more. More adventure, more growth, more craziness are all welcome into my little corner of the world. I got a job, I turned 19, I launched a website, I started freelance web designing, I WENT TO FREAKING ITALY (full recap of that adventure coming soon)! It’s hard to believe you can cram so many wonderful experiences into such a short amount of time, but somehow I feel as though that wasn’t enough. This is just the tip of the iceburg for me. In a month as hectic as this, I was bound to fall in love with a few new things. These favorites reflect the wonderful, craziness that July brought my way. Peaches- It’s getting to the point where it’s obnoxious how much I love any and all things peach related. In Italy is was peach gelato, peach juice, peach soda, and my personal favorite flat peaches. The fruit just tasted so much fresher there. I found myself making …
When you were little, your backyard was an entire world worth exploring. Channel that feeling, and adventure awaits.