26 Lessons I Learned This Year

Last year on my 25th birthday, I wrote a post called 25 Lessons I’ve Learned in 25 Years. It’s hard to believe it’s already been a year, but I’m back with a similar post in honor of my 26th birthday. This time I thought I’d share lessons I learned this past year specifically. It was […]

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Study Abroad Reflection: Lessons Learned

Four years ago, I was in Seville, Spain doing a semester-long study abroad program. When I think about that semester, a lot of mixed feelings come up. On the surface, it was an incredible experience. I traveled all over Europe; I took a lot of fun classes, such as a cooking class, and a film […]

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Two Years After College: What I’ve Learned

Tomorrow marks exactly two years since I walked across the stage at Texas Christian University to accept my diploma for a Bachelor of Science in Strategic Communication. It’s crazy to think that two years have already passed, but at the same time, college seems like ages ago. As I was reflecting on the past two years, […]

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College Grad Ramblings: No More Classes

It’s been almost 14 months since I graduated college, and somehow it took me this long to realize something. I miss learning. I miss going to classes five days a week. I’m sure that seems weird to some who are still in college and are so happy to be on summer break right now, but it’s true. College […]

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Lost in Translation: One Week, Six Girls, Three Languages

“Are you hungry for dinner or did you already eat?” “I ate a really late lunch, so I don’t need any dinner.” “She says she ate a really….oh wait….dice que almorzó muy tarde, entonces no quiere cenar.” Since I left off last, my living situation has changed significantly. Kristina and I went from being the only […]

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