A (traveler’s) writing paradox

I always wish I kept better journals of all my travels. A detailed recollection of all the wonderful things I saw, the amazing foods I ate and of all these incredible experiences I've had. But for me the reality of it comes down to the fact that after two years of living abroad, exploring Europe... … Continue reading A (traveler’s) writing paradox

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the road to recovery

As the title suggests my disappearance, and lack of writing has really been due to the fact that I've been working on getting myself back together and focusing on myself right now... If you follow my blog, you know I'm going through a bit of a rough patch and struggling a bit with my depression … Continue reading the road to recovery

La Diada de Sant Jordi. Barcelona.

This by far was my most favorite day ever in Barcelona thus far. It made the most magical and beautiful city even more magical and more beautiful than I thought could ever be possible. The whole day was all about love, flowers and books. Everywhere you went you were surrounded by it, and by people … Continue reading La Diada de Sant Jordi. Barcelona.

Finding Comfort in Coffee & Books

The thing that can be difficult about living in a foreign country is being constantly surrounded by a foreign and unfamiliar language (especially here in Barcelona where they speak Catalan, not Spanish...and no the languages are not all that similar) But then again that is the most exciting thing about living abroad. But there are … Continue reading Finding Comfort in Coffee & Books