What I Did in NYC

New York is one of my favorite places on earth. It also helps that one of my favorite people is now living there. That's sort of what happens when everyone graduates college and figures out adulthood. Friends move, things change, and I plan weekend road trips to visit. My ideal adulthood would consist of me … Continue reading What I Did in NYC

What I Did in Charlotte

I visited a close friend (hey, Emma!) in Charlotte, NC this month. We had such a fun time exploring the city! Emma moved to Charlotte after graduating from UGA the same time I did. She got a full time job in the city and is living in the up-and-coming South End. It's super ~trendy~ with … Continue reading What I Did in Charlotte

St. Augustine

Last weekend my friends and I traveled to St. Augustine for fall break at UGA. The weather was absolutely perfect. I had friends up north talking about how it was snowing early this year while I was basking in the sun in a tank top and shorts. I was living the life. My friends and … Continue reading St. Augustine

Sienna

Sienna was absolutely beautiful! I loved going through the government buildings (hello, future law student!) and seeing firsthand how art can be a political influence. The views were absolutely gorgeous!  Reading in the plaza is a nice break from walking around all day! I brought a sarong with me to use as a blanket when … Continue reading Sienna

Cortona, Italy

Hello from studying abroad! If you missed my last post, I've been in Italy since the beginning of May studying Biology of Medicine and Introduction to Italian Art. UGA has a location called the Kehoe Center in Cortona, Italy. Cortona is in Tuscany, in the north of the country. I lived in a dormitory on … Continue reading Cortona, Italy

When in Rome…

Hello from Italy! I'm studying biochemistry and Italian art abroad in Cortona, Florence, Siena, and Rome this May. So far so good - but I think I've managed to become pasta-ed out. If you know me, you'll know I'm usually up for eating pasta for every meal so you can only imagine just how much … Continue reading When in Rome…