Well friends, it’s been over a year since I last spilled to you – and let me tell you, there have been a TON of developments in that time. I’ve been away from this blog because I took a much-needed break from school. I wanted to step away from my studies to make sure I was really doing what I was passionate about, and … Continue reading And she’s back at ‘er
For those of you who may be confused about what this “Brexit” thing is, or why the heck everyone is losing their cool over it – that’s totally cool and fair and I GET IT. Not everyone is captivated by world politics, nor are they easy to understand – our world systems are infinitely complex. I’ve been studying politics in Europe for the last 6 … Continue reading Today, I woke up in a very different Europe.
I am now more than halfway through my exchange semester in Brussels, nearing final classes and exams now! It’s totally wild. School is really tough, and yet I’m finally settling into a social life here and sometimes that’s all I can think about. Time to put my genius cap on! Across the ocean, my relationships with loved ones have changed, as has my relationship with myself. … Continue reading Nearing the finish line
Let me begin by admitting that resolutions are so not my thing. I mean really, are they anyone’s? I’m willing to bet that more than a handful of you muse over your goals on New Year’s Eve and *maybe* even write them down, only to forget a week later or absent-mindedly lose the slip of paper you etched on. So as I watched 2015 come … Continue reading #OneWord365 : Risk
Three days ago, I opened my inbox to find a particular e-mail that I had been waiting not-so-patiently to receive. There, with a simple click of my mouse, sat my information package for my exchange session in Belgium next semester. Cool, right?! As I read through the package and learned that I had three months before I was expected at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, … Continue reading The most exciting and terrifying email I’ve ever received
As an iBA (international bachelor of arts) student, I’m required to spend at least one semester abroad as part of my degree. Last week, the process for exchanges opened up – WOOHOO! York International and the Glendon Exchange department came to present us with the application process, requirements, and the possible locations and schools we could study at. Needless to say, I’ve spent many hours … Continue reading The world could potentially be my oyster…