Here we get into the nitty-gritty on all things travel and global careers. You can also travel with me and read my thoughts about what it’s like to work overseas.
Be a tourist in your own town. No, seriously. Recently, I had the pleasure of visiting one of my hometown gems: Lexington Market. Lexington Market, one of the longest-running markets in the world is right here in Baltimore. Operating since 1782, Lexington Market serves a delicious smorgasbord of food including Baltimore’s world-famous crab cakes and […]
Yesterday, I put my big girl pants on and went to work. My first day of work was a whirlwind of excitement and nervousness, complemented perfectly by orientations with my supervisor, the Human Resources department, and others who hold various positions around the office. After I punched out my timesheet and went home, I reflected […]
I’m sort of freaking out because I thought I knew what I wanted my major to be, but after taking 1st Semester classes I’m having doubts about my decision. I have a few things in mind that might be possibilities but I don’t want to waste my parents’ money just wandering from major to major […]
Written in 2014 Everything in China is different: the language, the toilets, the utensils, the food, etc. But surprisingly, I am content (I know this is largely due to staying with my friend Melissa and her husband. Thank you Melissa if you’re reading this!!) Even when I arrived in Beijing on my own a week […]
I wanted to go in December. I didn’t go because I didn’t have anyone to go with me. In February fear stopped me. I didn’t know how I would make the trip work and who I would go with. I was worried for my safety; I didn’t know the right time to go; the list […]
Written November 26, 2013: I am on the train in Madrid and I feel defeated. This week in particular has been challenging for me. I haven’t cried much during my two months living abroad, but this week holds the record. Between school and private classes, from Monday to Thursday, I have been running back and […]