A Heck of a Week

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This last week was a 100% a heck of a week. The five weeks until the semester ends could not come sooner. Honestly, it feels like my studies are eating me alive and I am starting to understand why everyone says that the second semester feels like the longest. With our one break gone, I […]

GuiZhou Travels

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My trip to GuiZhou (贵州)was a trip that I will never forget. I remember waking up that Monday morning and being excited that I didn’t have school for a whole week. Little did I know I had much more to be excited for. That morning me and a group of classmates left school with our […]

ServeABQ on the Paseo del Bosque Trail

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This weekend I had an awesome opportunity to volunteer with ServeABQ. This is a brand-new organization started right at UNM. I was contacted by a friend, Brendon Gray who is one of the main organizers. I was told this was their first service day and to meet where I-40 met the Rio Grande. This was […]

The Lows of Study Abroad

March has been a pretty weird month this year. Past March’s have been full of birthday celebrations, tennis, and spring break. This March my birthday still came and I did lots of fun things with lots of fun people, but it felt a lot of people. I hit my low point.  Low point is just […]

Taking a Break

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I hope everyone had a good spring break! Mine was very slow and I honestly thought I was going to hate it. Spring break, especially in college, is notorious for traveling and enjoying that halfway point of the spring semester. I had quite a few ideas for my spring break. When I left Idaho in […]

I’ve got a travel bug

The past couple weeks have been filled with homework, traveling, and almost no time to write, but here I am, ready to update you.  To tell my story, I’ll have to go back a couple weeks to when all the insanity started. In an effort to end the month of February filled with love and […]