Since I’m in Spain, I’m sad that I’m missing out on coming out week in the states. More specifically, in San Francisco where the Castro street fair is held. Last year I went to the street fair and it was really my first time being in a large LGBT+ space. Growing up in a hometown … Continue reading A Reflection on Coming Out: One Year Later
The descriptions are from anichart.net. These are little descriptions and my opinions on soon to be airing anime I will try to watch this season. There weren’t many I was interested in (which may be a good thing since I have no time) due to many being not the first season of the show. Bloodivores: … Continue reading Fall Anime 2016: What I’m Going to Watch
My thoughts on Danganronpa 3 – Hope side. *Spoilers!! Oh my god. I’ve seen a lot of people hate on this episode, but I am literally so happy. Danganronpa always ends on this weird sense of hope after a lot of despair and I think this fit well with the rest of the series since … Continue reading Hope Has Returned!
These are tips for while you're in your host country. They aren't necessary, but I think they have enriched my experience. Keep a journal: Write in it every day, even if it’s just a few words about what you did and how you felt. Make sure to write down all of the places you go; … Continue reading Study Abroad Tips 1
I feel like this blog is going to turn into a travel blog for the next couple months as I continue to explore Europe (I just bought plane tickets to visit Berlin in November and I’m so excited). Since I’ve only had one class so far I’ve still had a ton of time to explore … Continue reading Places to go in Sevilla, España Part 2
Since I’m going to be here for about four months, I’ve been writing down all the places I go (which I highly suggest to anyone studying or traveling abroad). Sevilla is a huge city and has so much history and beautiful places to visit. I’m lucky to live in Triana Oeste, which is very close … Continue reading Places to go in Sevilla, España Part 1
So, if you don’t know, I am currently in Sevilla (Seville), Spain for my semester of study abroad. I’ve only been here a little over a week, but I already love it here. Today I want to talk about some of the cultural differences that I’ve seen so far as I think they’re interesting and … Continue reading Spain and the United States: Cultural Differences