Ten Questions and Answers

Thanks to Sara, a fellow Wisconsinite in France, for nominating me for the “Sunshine Bloggers Award,” which is for  bloggers who “positively and creatively inspire others in the blogosphere”. She has written ten questions for me, so, without further ado, here are my answers! Why did you decide to start studying French? I always knew I wanted to study a foreign language. In 7th grade, I … Continue reading Ten Questions and Answers

Read my Story at Teaching Traveling

Bonjour! Back in 2013, I was published on an online blog called Teaching Traveling, a blog run by Boston-native Lillie Marshall and which specializes in publishing stories about teachers traveling in all sorts of ways, to all sorts of places! I was lucky enough to have been able to tell my story about traveling and teaching abroad in France and Japan. Hanging out with some lovely ladies in … Continue reading Read my Story at Teaching Traveling

Book Review: The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo

As much as I try my hardest to stay up-to-date with current world affairs, I admit that sometimes pop culture completely passes by me (I actually had to Google what “The Dab” was the other day). I love comedy, but I shamefully admit that I didn’t really know much about Amy Schumer until my sister went to see her live show in Milwaukee about a year … Continue reading Book Review: The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo

The Tall Trees of Paris: A Book Review

Although I am not by any means an art expert, I have always been intrigued by street art. In fact, discovering street art is one of my favorite parts of traveling, because there is never any promise or guarantee that the work will still be there the next time you come back. When I think of awesome street art discoveries, some of my favorite cities … Continue reading The Tall Trees of Paris: A Book Review

Notes on Trolls and Criticism

“Our society teaches young girls, […] that likability is an essential part of you, of the space you occupy in the world. You’re supposed to twist yourself into shapes to make yourself likable; you’re supposed to hold back sometimes– pull back, don’t quite say, don’t be too pushy, because you have to be likable. I think it’s also something that’s quite difficult for even older women … Continue reading Notes on Trolls and Criticism