This list is heavily based on the month I spent in the city as a poor student studying abroad in the summer of 2014. Lisbon has changed in the more than five years since then, so I wouldn’t call this the most up to date or complete travel guide. Call it an incomplete work in constant progress instead.
Maybe I’m still coping with post-English major burnout, or just burnout in general, but 2019 is the year I finished reading the fewest books in my life.
Winter has finally come to San Jose, which means that the rainy season has come and the average temperature has … More
It’s been over a month since I’ve posted to my blog. Let’s get caught up, shall we?
In case you missed it — doubtful, considering that I blasted it across all my social media — this month marked the one year countdown to our wedding.
Instead of bringing you some fresh Original Content, here’s a look at some of the not quite blogging stuff I’ve worked on lately.
There’s no denying we’re falling into the last quarter of the year.
Lately, I’ll pick up a book, stick with it for a bit, and then set it aside and forget about it. In no particular order, here’s a peek at what’s in my TBFR (to be finished reading) pile.
While I’ve (mostly) adjusted to post-college life, I can’t pretend I don’t miss it. Let’s look at a few reasons why.
Rather than break down what I wore day by day, I brought together the common threads of what I wore that week.