Studying abroad gives you a great opportunity to live in another country like a local, so housing, food, and transportation are essential parts of your experience. … More Day-to-Day Life in Singapore
Do you recall entering freshman year of college and feeling this immense obligation to branch out? You say yes to everyone, every place, and everything because you have no idea what the experience may hold and the fear of not having that experience is beyond any weekend party FOMO that you have had before. You … More Commence “Yes” Mode.
Firstly, if you are my international program coordinator and you are reading this please know that I am safe, my mother knows that I am safe, and the purpose of this initial post is not to persuade future exchange students to chunk their phones off the sides of ferries, but to consider life without a … More In Asia and Phone-less? Hang in There.
Yes, it’s true I’m back in Texas! At this point, half of my fellow readers are either crying of joy because I am back home or crying because they miss Europe Kassie. I on the other-hand feel a little bit of both. Two and a half weeks ago I landed in the beautiful San Antonio … More The end of a new chapter