Long time, no talk! Let’s chat over coffeeshops

Long time, no talk! Let’s chat over coffeeshops

Happy holidays, everyone! I hope these past days have been relaxing. Since I had spent the past three months at college, where unfortunately I could not leave campus due to coronavirus safety concerns, I had only stuck to my usual breakfast blend Keurig coffee cups. While I enjoyed my Mini white Keurig and splurged on [...]

Words from a Wise Woman: Living in three Different Countries, Starting from Scratch and Sharing her Secrets to Life

Words from a Wise Woman: Living in three Different Countries, Starting from Scratch and Sharing her Secrets to Life

Hi everyone! Welcome back to this segment where I interview people that have a ton of inspiration and positive advice to share with you all. I'm very excited for you to read this post! Before I dive into this week's interviewee, I would like to make known two things: First, I am aware that some [...]

Vive la France!

Vive la France!

Hello there, guys! Congratulations to the French World Cup team! In a match against Croatia, France won the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Seeing all of the French fans partying on the news forced me to recall the time I spent in Paris. Champs-Élysées was filled with people celebrating the country's victory; the view must have [...]

A Memorable Monticello

A Memorable Monticello

Hey guys! To celebrate not only several of the July birthdays (we have a lot of family members born in July, haha!) but also the gathering of my mom's extended family, we visited Monticello and grabbed a late lunch in Charlottesville, Virginia. Monticello, the only historic house on the United Nation's World Heritage List, was [...]

Foreign Faulty Language

Foreign Faulty Language

Hi guys! This quote perfectly embodies this post: "He who travels has stories to tell." -Irish Proverb Each trip has its own memorable moments that encompass similar times like these hilarious ones that I'm about to share. Traveling outside of my home country often brings a new language to use— even if I thought we [...]