Hello everyone and welcome to my blog! Here I will be sharing my study abroad experience during my four months in Copenhagen, Denmark. Check back weekly for new posts!
Early Valentine's Day morning, I was rudely awakened by the piercingly loud ringing of my iPhone alarm. On any other morning, I would angrily turn it off and roll over in hopes to enjoy another 5-10 minutes of sleep... or just the serenity of laying with my eyes closed. However this morning was different. I... Continue Reading →
When applying to DIS, I was overwhelmed with all of the different housing choices they had to offer. Many of my friends who have gone abroad had been required to stay in a homestay/ did not have an array of housing options to choose from. A majority of my friends had stayed in home stays-... Continue Reading →
The past week I've been so busy that my mom texted me and asked me if I was alive (sorry mom). I have spent the past week on a retreat with my LLC and with my core course for core course week! I've really gotten to explore Denmark outside of Copenhagen and now I know... Continue Reading →
I found that when it came to packing for 4 months abroad, it seems impossible to fit your whole life in just a few bags. I also couldn't seem to really find any study abroad packing lists that seemed realistic for me. It has been a few weeks since I've left the States and I... Continue Reading →
I thought that last week was pretty busy, but boy was I wrong! Since I've last written, I've had the pleasure of taking quite a few day trips, finished my first official week of classes, met my visiting host family, and went to a sauna!?! Let me explain... Last Saturday, my roommate Maggie and I... Continue Reading →
It's crazy to think that I have already been in Denmark for nearly a week! Just under a week ago, I was saying final goodbyes to my friends and family and wiping tears from my eyes as I departed from my parents at JFK. I enjoyed my last meal in America, which was some sort... Continue Reading →
It hasn't really hit me yet that I will be leaving the country for the first time in just four days. In four short days, I will be trecking through JFK airport, passport in hand, over-stuffed backpack hanging from my shoulders and my bright orange carry on suitcase dragging behind me. I'm used to starting... Continue Reading →