style

Sunday Brunchin’ at the Rustic

While its still ‘winter’ in most places, it’s been spring here in Texas for quite a while. When the weather is so nice almost every day, I can barely stand staying inside, especially on the weekends. Since Sundays are for brunching ( I need all of these tees), we decided to try out a new spot: The… Continue reading Sunday Brunchin’ at the Rustic

Friday Favorites

Friday Favorites

Happy Friday!  Ever wondered how the dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History got made?  Mary Orton of Memorandum had a fabulous black-tie wedding and its giving me serious envy/inspiration.  HAHA this is for all my fellow Zeta sisters/brothers/anyone who joined a professional fraternity in college.  I may or may not have bought a drink… Continue reading Friday Favorites

college · study abroad · travel

What I Wish I Had Known Before Studying Abroad

Recently, one of my Zeta sisters reached out to ask me about studying in Amsterdam. Usually, I respond with, “OMG it was great blah blah blah you’ll love it blah blah blah go do it!” But as we kept talking over Facebook, she asked questions that no one has asked me yet. She asked about… Continue reading What I Wish I Had Known Before Studying Abroad

study abroad · travel

How to Plan a Weekend Abroad

One of the biggest challenges when studying abroad, aside from things like making friends, being homesick, culture shock, etc., is trying to fit in all of the travel that you want to do. You only have so many weekends (roughly 16-ish depending on how long your semester is), and there is so much to see and… Continue reading How to Plan a Weekend Abroad

study abroad · travel

Day Trips From Amsterdam

Whether you are spending a whole semester studying or you’re just in town for a few days, the Netherlands has so much to see and do. When I wasn’t jetting off to other parts of Europe, I tried to make the most of exploring as much of the country as I could.  The Netherlands is… Continue reading Day Trips From Amsterdam