The Things That Happen On Public Transportation That You Wish You Could Just Forget

This post is derived off of the one I posted, oh I don't know, five minutes ago. That's because I pressed publish before remembering to actually tell you the strange things that occurred to me while on public transportation in Europe. Now maybe if you are experienced in the art of public transportation you have experienced … Continue reading The Things That Happen On Public Transportation That You Wish You Could Just Forget

Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Travel

I am currently sitting the Boston airport waiting for my connection to Detroit which isn't going to leave for another, what, four hours? Probably a bit less than that by now, but the point is still the same: it's long. So I thought why not begin my series of posts that are going to both … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Travel

The Wild-Wild West (of Michigan) is Surprisingly Wild

Long time no speak! I just got back from a trip to a friend's college campus--Central Michigan, which is located in, can you guess it? The center(ish) of Michigan. Oh snap--and I thought I would let you in on some of my more, um, interesting experiences. Of course, there's always something interesting happening at a … Continue reading The Wild-Wild West (of Michigan) is Surprisingly Wild

Mini Post About Nothing #19: I Am the Mockingjay! (And Why the Olympics Make Me Feel Inadequate)

I AM ALL POWERFUL! ~Rupee So Rupee just put in her two weeks at her place of employment (let's just say it's a restaurant from "down under"--if that doesn't give it to you, I don't know what will). After she quit Friday and the word started spreading around, a much larger group of wait staff, … Continue reading Mini Post About Nothing #19: I Am the Mockingjay! (And Why the Olympics Make Me Feel Inadequate)

Living in an Eternal Winter State

I am so freaking pissed. One, because I really want some chicken right now and no one delivers at 11 o'clock at night during an eternal-winter-eclipse-of-the-sun-doomsday (or doomsnight?). And two, because IT'S FREAKING ETERNAL WINTER. My university is officially closed tomorrow for the third day since the start of this semester (not that I'm complaining … Continue reading Living in an Eternal Winter State