Sorry for Part 2 being so long overdue! My life has been quite busy ever since the school year started back up again. When I am not at my full-time internship or in an evening class, then I am doing homework or trying to squeeze in some family time and relaxation. I can't seem to… Continue reading My Travel Bucket List (Part 2)
One thing you should know about me is that I like to write things down. Goals, reminders, ideas, wish lists; I write them all down. For me, writing things down carries more weight to it and makes me feel more serious about what I am doing. So I figured why not do it for my… Continue reading My Travel Bucket List (Part 1)
I am a book reader. I think that’s pretty obvious by this blog lol. I love to read, I love to talk about reading, I love to learn new things from reading; the list goes on. December of 2016 was the official start of my language learning journey and I have been trying to find… Continue reading Buying Language Books: I want them all!
The reason I am calling this review a partial one is because I did not finish the book. I read exactly 234 pages before calling it quits. I can't even really explain what this book is supposed to be about and I think the synopsis does it no justice; it's just as vague as… Continue reading Partial Review: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
My sister and I went to the movies Tuesday night for $5 night at our local theater and saw Valerian and the City of A Thousand Planets. And first, I just have two words: Kris. Wu. If you do not know who he is, just take a few seconds and look him up. You're welcome.… Continue reading Movie Review: Valerian and the City of A Thousand Planets
We hear so often that we should learn a language so that it can boost our chances of getting a job, that it makes us more marketable if we can speak more languages...
Yes, that is a picture of an acceptance package. No, I did not get accepted. I did not even apply. I still have one more year of graduate school left then I'm off to the "real world" with a butt load of debt trailing behind me. I was recently told by someone that due to… Continue reading Study Abroad Thoughts