Growing up in Colorado, I’ve always had an affinity for the mountains. While ski season is special in its own way, my favorite time of year to go up to the mountains has to be mid-September, right when all the leaves are changing. Even if you aren’t particularly outdoorsy, there’s plenty of beauty to see,Continue reading “The Best Fall Weekend in Breckenridge, Colorado”
If you’re also stuck at home daydreaming about traveling the world, here are my tried-and-true suggestions for language learning so you’ll be prepared for your next trip!
I’ve been doing a lot of daydreaming lately, and whenever my mind tends to wander, it always goes to the view from my apartment in Montpellier. For my master’s, I moved to Montpellier, and it is the French city I know best. I could wax poetic for hours about the charm of its medieval sideContinue reading “The Ultimate Montpellier, France Travel Guide”
I generally try to bring fun, uplifting content to my blog about navigating life as a 20-something in another country, learning a language, travel, etc. This post is not that. This post is, however, concerned with the things that you get to learn about while living in a foreign country, such as what really happens when you get sick.