After I finished my classes at Oxford, I hopped up to Scotland for a week by myself. Turns out there’s nothing better than solo-traveling (especially if you’re in Scotland)! I enjoyed the time visiting museums,
I’ve been traveling so much recently – for work, for fun, and for study abroad! So I feel like I’m quickly getting used to packing in a carry-on
During my study abroad trip at Oxford University, I had a free weekend to explore Europe. So a few of my friends and I decided to visit Paris for the long weekend.
Oh London, how I love you. This city brings me so much joy. The first time I visited London, I was a sophomore in high school, and from that day forward, I adored it
Right after my last final exam of the semester, my sister, a friend, and I were off to New York City for a few days of exploring!
There are few things I love more than spending a day in a sweet little mountain town. My friend and I drove up to Black Mountain, NC on a Friday night, stayed in an Airbnb,
Studying abroad has been one of my dreams since I was a little kid. This past summer, I FINALLY did it. Plus, I was able to study in one of my favorite countries – the
I only had one day in San Francisco when I was out in California for work a few weeks ago, so I thought I would share the things I did. I’ve been to San Francisco
Seems like March is the perfect time to visit Florida. The weather was perfect and sunny, and Harry Potter World was glorious (as you can imagine). I’m sorry to geek out here, but I just
2,930 miles, 41 hours, and 9 states later, I made it all the way from North Carolina to California. Y’all. The US is cool. I’m the first to admit that I’m all about Europe, but