Back when I started this blog eight years ago I used to be an avid reader; once completing a goal of 24 books in one year. I miss the days when technology was a luxury and not a constant distraction. Yes, reading articles online can still expand your mind and vocabulary, but we are faced … Continue reading The Lost Art of Reading a Book
A year or so ago, I made a list of London Favourites from a New Local. Time to revise that list with a few gems I've found since. Living in a city with endless options of restaurants, bars, and things to do, I rarely go to places more than once ... but these … Continue reading London Favourites from a Seasoned Local
You'd think I'd be prepared when someone asked me what my favourite London spots are. I swear, it's a question that leaves me struggling for words; "Uhh ... I love it all! My favourite thing is just exploring the city!" Though that may be honest, it's a classic BS answer. I am always prepped with an … Continue reading London Favourites: From A New Local
As a university student who has a passion for traveling, it's important that I properly budget my trips. I dream of luxurious vacations but for now I have to be practical with my limited expenses – while still going on the trips of my dreams (it's possible). Pre Departure: Discussions: Whoever you decide to travel … Continue reading Planning A Eurotrip on a Budget
When you dream of travelling, you usually envision the perfect travel partner – a trip with no stress, no feuds, and no problems. But here's the thing, no trip is perfect and no person is perfect. It is inevitable that something will go wrong, small or big, but this doesn't mean you wont have a … Continue reading The Ideal Traveler?
Do you ever scroll through Netflix solely looking for a film to ignite your inner wanderlust? Me too. Sometimes I won't even care if the movie sucks, as long as it shows me around a place I could travel with unintentional tips of what to see/do. (This post was inspired by Erica at Girl, Unspotted.) … Continue reading Movie Travelspiration
As long as I can remember, I've dreamed of going on exchange. When picking Universities, I would drop one from the roster if it didn't have a good study abroad program – it mattered that much. I ended up choosing Grenoble, France for my experience. Best decision ever. [Note: This is Part 2, make sure to check … Continue reading Grenoble: My Study Abroad Experience (Part 2 – The Fun)
For as long as I can remember, I've dreamed of going on exchange. When picking universities, I would drop one from the roster if it didn't have a good study abroad program – it mattered that much. I ended up choosing Grenoble, France for my experience. Best decision ever. The Choice ✔️ Initially I had my … Continue reading Grenoble: My Study Abroad Experience (Part 1)
As mentioned in Reasons I Want to Move to NYC, acting has always been a dream of mine. I love being on stage and seeing others do the same. I make sure to go to at least one Broadway show every time I'm in New York. Seeing a show on Broadway is an experience I … Continue reading Broadway Calling
Amsterdam is a place of interest for nearly everyone my age. Why? Well I know it can be a magically colorful place (sadly not so much in the winter). Or maybe, it's because things that are frowned upon in most societies are legal there (rebellious freedom). Or maybe, for people like me, you want to … Continue reading Amsterdam: Risky Business?