Big News!

This fall, my family will be moving to the Czech Republic!

 

It has been a dream of mine for half my life (since I was 12, literally half my life) to move to Europe. If you want to read more about how that dream began, check out How I Fell In Love With Traveling. I am incredibly excited! I’m also extremely proud of my husband, because he will be an English Teaching Assistant through the Fulbright scholarship, the most prestigious international relations grant in the world. While we’re there, I will be continuing to blog, furthering my education, and of course, traveling!

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Over this summer, however, we’ll be trying to pare down our belongs, learning Czech, and preparing to move abroad. I will continue to work hard to bring you great content, but I wanted to warn you that there may be a brief break in my regular posting. Hopefully, I will be able to bring in some guest writers and blog in my down time, but we’ll have to see how life goes.

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I can’t wait to share my experiences in Europe with you! I look forward to blogging about our adventures for the next year and hope that you’ll enjoy sharing them with me. I hope that friends and family will come visit us when we’re there.

Ahoj!

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Photo of the Week: Poznań, Poland 2014

Four years ago, in May 2014, I rekindled my passion for traveling.  That’s not to say the passion ever truly went away, but finances and school, and blah blah blah, life in general just got in the way.  Between my first international trip in the summer of 2006 and my study abroad trip in May-June of 2014 I traveled within the US.  I became more comfortable on a plane, I saw more big cities but I did not have the opportunity to experience a different culture.  The idea of studying abroad in 2014 was scary, but I am eternally glad that I did it.  I needed to step outside my comfort zone and really start working towards the things I was passionate about.  Na zdrowie!