7 month update!

Sorry for the delay but as promised here's the latest update!

Can you guys believe we're getting close to the end?


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Tips for studying abroad in Paris

Sorry for the lack of posts but I've been busy with school and planning my spring break trip so I haven't had much time nor the energy to update my blog but I'm back with a helpful post. I've been in Paris for the past 7 months and I can honestly say that this year has been the best of my life despite it being the most expensive year in my life. If you're thinking about studying abroad in Paris I just want to let you know people aren't joking when they tell you that Paris is EXPENSIVE. Rent is especially expensive if you want to live in Paris intra-muros which consists of the 20 arrondissements and everything from tooth paste to cereal is more expensive than in the United States. Here are my tips and advice that will hopefully help you save some money and avoid stress during your time here.

Colette Carnaval

This past weekend there was a free event at the Jardin des Tuileries called Colette Carnaval and let me tell you after living her for almost 7 months it felt really good to get things for free. Free samples, masks, Polaroids- it was just amazing! It was a fun event filled with art, music, fashion, and food booths. The booths I was looking forward to were the Impossible Project, Lomography, Ed Banger, and Kitsune but as soon as we walked in we realized there was more to see. It was great to see Parisians loosen up and have fun while they were trying to win things, that a side of them I don't see too often but when you do its absolutely amazing.

Here are a couple pictures for the Coletter Carnaval, vlog coming up soon!

Ask me anything

If you guys have any questions about studying abroad, living abroad, or just want to know where I bought a sweater you can go ahead and ask me on Tumblr. I've enabled the anonymous feature for those of you that don't have a Tumblr but you can also feel free to email me and I'll try to reply as quickly as I can.

I hope everyone is having a great week so far.

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Disneyland Paris

Welcome to Disneyland Paris.
Last Tuesday I finally got to visit Disneyland Paris with my boyfriend (who's not really into Disneyland). One of the biggest difference between Disneyland Paris and Disneyland in Anaheim or the Magic Kingdom in Orlando is not obviously the language but also the rides! For the most part you have your classic Disneyland rides like Pirates of the Caribbean, It's a Small World, and the Mad Hatter's Tea Cups but in Paris you have some stronger roller coasters which will satisfy any older Disney fan like me. The strong rides will even please those who don't like Disneyland that much  *cough cough*. My top rides were by far Space Mountain Mission 2, Indiana Jones et le Temple du Péril, and Big Thunder Mountain. And if you're a Star Wars fan you'll be able to find the original Star Tours here! While I may still like Disneyland in Anaheim a lot better, Disneyland Paris is definitely worth checking out and especially if you're a resident because its only 30€ on Billet Francilien until the end of March.

Enjoy the vlog and pictures I took at Disneyland Paris!


I had the great pleasure to visit Budapest this past weekend during my winter break with my friends and let me tell you I was far from disappointed. I'd like to share a couple of the many pictures I took during my trip, to see the rest of the pictures can be found check out my Flickr. I will write a blog post about my trip in the coming week!