I recently went to Japan. Here are some of the things I learned, noticed, and recommend as a tourist!
"A citizen of America will cross the ocean to fight for democracy, but won't cross the street to vote in a national election." ~Bill Vaughan The United States is one month away from making another future-altering decision in its leadership. Every four years this decision is made, but it is my personal belief that this … Continue reading The Importance of YOUR Vote
When studying abroad you discover certain things that you are used to at home no longer exist or apply wherever it is you are studying. I have compiled a “Did & Didn’t” list for those things that I missed and those things that I absolutely didn’t mind living without while abroad. Did: American Prices. The … Continue reading Things I Did & Didn’t Miss (From Home)
Exciting news: a short post! If you've been reading any of the other posts I have written about studying abroad you may be ready to pull your hair out with how long they are. BUT NOT THIS ONE! This one is perfectly short. There isn't too much I think needs to be said about the … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Pricing (Compared to the US)
I started writing this post with the intention of having it be completed in England, but now I'm in Edinburgh, Scotland, and it still hasn't been written, so here I go. A quick update of my life:This coming week is my last week studying at Oxford and I CAN'T LEAVE! WHAT IS THIS NONSENSE?!?! The week … Continue reading Things in England That Are Absolutely Positively Nothing Like America