Despite my best efforts to avoid getting sick, it’s a hard thing to avoid forever! After awhile, it’s not about preventing a cold, it’s how to hold it off and get better before it can get worse.
Here are four things I try and do on a daily basis to prevent getting sick, but also four things I make a priority once I start feeling the symptoms of a cold coming on. … More 4 Ways To Stay Healthy While Travelling (Or Living Any Sort Of Busy Life)
A few months ago I had a layover in Tunis. A new country, a new city, a new destination. I always get excited when I see a new destination on my roster! … More Tunis: White Walls, Blue Doors
What I’ve seen and done in Johannesburg is limited to three things: 1) Lion Park 2) Steak 3) Wine. If you like lions, carry on and be prepared for a lot of lion pictures. … More Johannesburg: Lions, Giraffes & Zebras, Oh My!
Bali is “UnBalievable”, as one of my friends commented on a photo. … More 24 Hours In Bali
Everyone says it, and so will I. Nice is nice. Actually, Nice is beyond nice. It’s an absolutely wonderful city that I will always be happy to visit. … More Nice is nice.
The hardest part about living abroad is being so far away from the people I love the most.
It has been just over eight months, and I still haven’t been home. It will have been close to ten months by the time I finally make my way back. Luckily, I have seen my parents and sister on a couple of layovers, which makes the distance a bit more bearable, but in between those rare visits, here are a few of the things I do to keep in touch with my friends and family back home!
… More Keeping In Touch When Living Abroad
I once was able to say I spoke French fluently. Now I say “Je parle un petit peu de francais!”, or “I speak a little French”, my apologetic warning to other French speakers that my French is not very good. For the past ten years, I have barely spoken French. A little bit when I was backpacking in Europe, the occasional situation in every day life that requires it, but those are rare moments. This month, my roster gave me the opportunity to not only see a new city, but also a city where I could practice my French! … More Lyon, the city between two rivers