Hello hello! It's been one heck of a week, but I'm finally home and settled (and have time to craft this lengthy blog post) about: Core Course Week! For those of you who aren't familiar with the setup of DIS (so pretty much everyone but my Mom), I'll break it down: each student is enrolled … Continue reading Core Course Week: Strategic Communication
Another day, another five degree temperature drop in Copenhagen! As I sit here in my cozy winter sweater, curled up under a blanket and sipping warm green tea (isn't September supposed to be, I don't know, warmish?) I have some exciting news to announce: I've been chosen as a DIS student blogger! I'm hoping to … Continue reading September Already?
Boy oh boy, is Copenhagen starting to feel like home. There's nothing that settles you into a new place more than coming down with a 24 hour stomach bug and being quite literally bed ridden for an entire day (imagine me, my bed, and sick bucket; a very intimate time indeed). My hideaway at Buzz … Continue reading Food, Family & Friday Night
You'll never believe where I am! Just kidding, but it still feels surreal to think I'm writing this while in Copenhagen. It's been one heck of a week so far, and it's only Monday. I've officially been in Denmark for three whole days, which doesn't seem like much time in the grand scheme of things, … Continue reading Week One: (Near)Death By Bike
If you know me, and I mean like, at all, you know that I love to eat. I'm that girl who's constantly asking "what's for dinner?" before I've even had lunch. My parents joke that I'm a "walking stomach" because I'm always thinking about my next meal, which I'm okay with because it's pretty dang … Continue reading My New Old House(ing)
Me being a huge book nerd at the Warner Brother Studios Harry Potter Tour Velkommen til min blog! It feels a bit surreal to be curled up on my living room sofa writing this, knowing that exactly one month from today I'll be dragging myself through the Munich International Airport on my way to catch … Continue reading Prologue: One Month Left