Do What You Want With Your Weekend

One of the biggest things living abroad has taught me is how to be alone. A year ago, I hadn’t yet left for Argentina and the idea that I would soon have to make so many decisions on my own would have terrified me. Now, I really relish being alone and even made sure to find alone time last semester at Penn (mostly by sneaking … Continue reading Do What You Want With Your Weekend

Week Two: When things start to get busy

Apologies for the lack of posts this week but I was pretty busy (yay!). Tuesday was a fairly ordinary day at work and then a weird aerobics classed called Body Attack that was not that revolutionary. I still need to try the tumbling one. It was, like most latin american 1 hour commitments, roughly 42 minutes. That night, we had a house dinner which was … Continue reading Week Two: When things start to get busy

A not long (but fun) weekend in Mexico City

Last thursday, I headed home after work and I was tired. I bailed out of going to the gym (boo for blog accountability but I went yesterday) and was sitting in my room feeling very exhausted. I was listening to a podcast when I heard a knock at my door. One of my roommates asked, “Would you like some wine?” Obviously, this piqued my interest … Continue reading A not long (but fun) weekend in Mexico City

I’m back (and blogging from Mexico)

Hey twitfam, I’m back on the blog to tell you about my summer in Mexico City and Ecuador, which began very early this morning. If you’re confused by the previous sentence, here’s what’s happening: I got back from Argentina, enjoyed a few relaxing weeks at home before one of the most difficult semesters Penn could have thrown at me. There were student suicides, weeks of … Continue reading I’m back (and blogging from Mexico)