Changing it up this year…

Hello, bloggers. It's already been several weeks, but I hope you had a good New Year's. Whether you were to celebrate it with family and/or friends (even just in your own good company) at home or elsewhere, I hope you started off 2019 well. I guess this post could be classified as my typical "I'm …

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Happy 2019!

It's finally 2019! What a year 2018 has been...from the bad to the good, I found this past year to be quite the roller-coaster compared to previous years. But I've survived, though, and I'm ready to tackle 2019! Looking back, I found 2018 to be one of the harder years in my adulthood so far. …

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5 Years on WordPress! (and reflections)

Greetings! As you can read from the post's title, today (December 20th) marks my five-year anniversary (or I should say "blogiversary") on WordPress! Since writing about my first-year anniversary back in 2014, I've dedicated each year to a post about the things I've learned from blogging, as well as myself-- cliché as it sounds, I …

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To Live or Not to Live with Roommates… (my story)

...that's the question. From my personal experiences, I lived with roommates throughout my four years at university and then for just over a year this past year during my third (going into fourth) year in France. Due to these experiences, I've developed ideas about living together with people, especially those whom I didn't really know. …

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10 Reverse Culture Shocks I’ve Experienced in the United States

Hello, folks! Having been *officially* back in the United States for close to three weeks now, I've realized that I've been experiencing quite the reverse culture shock in my home country, after being out of it for ten months. Although I've been living in France since 2015, returning home every summer hadn't been such a …

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