Thinking back on my semester abroad I have only one regret: I didn’t apply for a longer program.
The trip was an adventure. The first five days we road tripped New Zealand and then the remaining eight days we spent travelling Australia. Here is the breakdown.
Reverse culture shock is a real thing, people.
It’s crazy, it’s inspiring, and it’s absolutely wonderful to experience.
He made it a simple design, not just so that many messages could be born from it, but also to reach every single type of audience, regardless of age, gender, heritage, religion.
I’ll go back to an oh-so-cheesy quote: “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” Ok, I might cry a little.
While I’ve learned about the public relations agency world throughout my internship, I would say that I’ve learned more about British culture than anything else.
Paris is world-renowned for its museums, but a lot of them fall to the wayside to many tourists’ eyes.