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?
Altigliss is an event that unfortunately isn't available to all travelers, but if you find yourself at a European school for the Winter term, be sure to sign up with friends! It's an 8 day party and ski competition in the French Alps at the Val D'Isere resort. Wake Up 🎿 Flawless ... Sorry for that. Moving On. … Continue reading Altigliss: Spring Break in the French Alps
Theses tips come from two summers ago, when I went to New York with my friend. It was the first trip without my parents, aka on my own budget. As I plan for another visit, I've been keeping the same things in mind, from getting there, to the hotel, to discounted Broadway tickets. Check out … Continue reading How To: Visit NYC on a Budget
New York City is a place with endless possibilities. For someone who gets bored easily, this is the perfect city to stay entertained. Classic things stick around, but there's also something new to discover everyday. I have a Bucketlist on this blog already, but I think NYC deserves its own! I've been to the city six … Continue reading New York City Bucketlist
This is a bit of a change from all the travel blog posts, but when you travel you tend to go through lots of reading material. The commute to my internship takes about an hour and 15 minutes each way, so I've been averaging on one book a week. For you, this means more book recommendations! … Continue reading On My Book Shelf (Part 5)
If you haven't read One Day In Paris yet, make sure to check it out as well (it was my first night in Europe on my exchange and it was magical). This post is about my third time in Paris (second while on exchange). It was grey, rainy, and a little less magical ... but who … Continue reading Paris: Part Deux