Hi everyone, I’m writing from Quito, Ecuador, the highest capital city in the world. I’m here thanks to a grant from Penn to do research for my history thesis. Obviously my three weeks here are completely different in structure and purpose from my time in Mexico but there are a few common challenges. As in Mexico, I’m staying in a hotel for the first few … Continue reading Ecuador, I’m here!!
Actual post about my week to follow but here’s some internet for now: 15 lessons learned from cooking at the french laundry. I love reading about industry kitchens and mentorship. If you’ve ever smiled at the name of an Essie polish, you should read about the company’s founder who still comes up with most of the names. Millennial helps museums join instagram/increase engagement with youth, … Continue reading Reading the internet, week 3
Hey there friends, I don’t know if it’s me adapting to life in BA or what, but it is pretty cold this week! Not real winter cold, but cold enough that I walk a little faster, add an extra layer, and complain about it (because weather is an easy convo starter anywhere). Yesterday, I went to Ditella for a Contemporary Latin American history class that … Continue reading College, two ways
“If you would not be forgotten, as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth reading, or do things worth writing.”-Ben Franklin I leave for a semester in Argentina tomorrow. It’s time to bring this blog back. Continue reading Worth it
Last weekend, I went to Philadelphia, where I attend college. I stayed with some friends and had the best weekend of exploring, eating, meeting and reuniting with so many great people. Philadelphia’s a different kind of city. It’s not super grand like New York and it seems simple at first, a few neighborhoods, some places to avoid. But it’s changing so much, struggling so much, … Continue reading Philly Love