You’d think reaching the peak of academia would have filled me with pride, but there have been plenty of moments of hopelessness.
Finally, I’ve found a way to keep content away from my hometown. Now, you can learn how to hide your website too.
When I went abroad for the first time, I spent nearly a week in a hospital with a mystery disease. If that sounds interesting, let’s talk healthcare abroad.
As someone who loves to travel, I figured it was time to kick off a travel series. Today, I’m starting with our 5 favorite places in Atlanta.
After everything I’ve written, I figured I might as well share an addendum of all the material I read to get me through the past year and a half.
Sorry for the short update this week. I’m traveling around on grad school visits. Stay tuned next week for a more complete update.
I’m only beginning to navigate adulthood, and I’ve already decided that I need a course correction. One of my first moves is to become TEFL certified. Let’s see where this life takes me.
I wouldn’t be a true millennial if I didn’t complain about the convenience of modern relocation. After all, moving used to be uphill both ways. In this article, we’ll hit the 6 main stresses of moving for those of us who fit the millennial stereotype.
Another week of general updates. Check back next week to see how the Atlanta life is going!
This week starts the big Georgia move. Wish me luck!