I’ve started to get REALLY excited about going abroad, and my favorite outlet for excitement is planning and making lists. That sounds so lame written down. This is my packing list that I’ll go off of when I start choosing what comes with me to London. I’ll be going during the coldest time of year,… Read More What to Pack for Your Spring Study Abroad Trip in London
I remember the feeling of dread right before I left for D.C. when I realized how sparse my closet was with work-appropriate clothes. My preferred outfit was jean shorts, a t-shirt, and flip flops all summer and I was not at all looking forward to having to wear adult clothes pretty much every day for the… Read More Closet Staples for the First Time Intern
… Is how I’m feeling right now. I’ve been planning on studying abroad since I was in high school, and more seriously since last November. Now I leave in January. And I’m nervous. There are a lot of reasons to be wary of traveling overseas right now. It seems as though all we ever see… Read More Help, I’m Scared to Study Abroad
The day after I moved in to my dorm in D.C. I was determined to find the perfect place to study. I hated the idea of just using my university library or the study room on the first floor of my building when I had a city full of great, free places just a metro… Read More Where to Study in Washington, D.C.
Lazy, Homeless, whatever your parents call you when you walk downstairs before going out to dinner, here are the clothes that are going to make your wardrobe look a little more put together. Minimal effort required. (featured image from Etsy) 1. Jean Jacket Jean jackets are my favorite thing to wear with leggings and a… Read More Closet Staples for the Lazy Girl
What I needed when I lived in a dorm, and room ideas that will inspire my next one… Read More What I Needed When I Lived In a Freshman Dorm