5 Lessons I’ve Learned While Traveling the World Alone

8 years ago, I was sitting in a hostel, eating dinner and drinking wine with strangers from the U.K. and South Africa.

That dinner changed my life.

It was our last night in Mendoza, Argentina. My friends were talking with a few girls from the U.K., who were taking a gap year at 19, just because. They dropped names of big cities and famous landmarks like it was nothing. Continue reading “5 Lessons I’ve Learned While Traveling the World Alone”

It Took Me 9 Years to Travel to Segovia, Spain

Fun fact: I almost studied abroad in Segovia, Spain in 2010.

At the time, I was majoring in K-12 Spanish and English education, and aspired to be a high school Spanish teacher.

My original plan was to study abroad in Spain for a summer. Since I was a double major, that was the only time my academic schedule would have allowed.

But life doesn’t always go with your original plans. Continue reading “It Took Me 9 Years to Travel to Segovia, Spain”