Fear of Falling.

I haven’t posted in almost two weeks, but that’s because I have been on break. In Spain, they have random weekday holidays and instead of taking the day off, the entire country turns it into a four day weekend. Thus making it a bridge, and calling it a “Puente.” I’m not complaining because these random …

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10 Things I miss about the U.S.

This post is going to make me sound spoiled or that I’m faced with some first world problems. Which may be the case, but living outside of the U.S has made me realize I miss a lot of things back home, aside from my family and friends. The small town of Soria is the capital …

We Have Wifi!

I arrived in Spain on September 20th to an apartment of two French girls and Spaniard. We have slowly been getting to know each other and exploring the city together. Although they have been in Soria three weeks longer than I have because they started university on the 1st of September. The one drawback to …

Why Coffee?

Why not tea, or milk? Well for starters, I love coffee — it's the first thing I make in the morning to start my day. It’s the small moment in the morning that I am able to enjoy before the start of my day. Furthermore, coffee is symbolic. Think about it. When you haven’t seen …

Siesta Life

Life in Spain is completely different than I could’ve ever imagined. For starters, siestas are real and not a myth. Siestas are the time of day between 1-4pm when shops close for lunch and everyone goes home. In school, I remember teachers telling us about it, but I never believed it because how could you …