First time for everything

Well, this is new to me!
This is my first blog and my first post. I’m very excited to finally join the blogging world! I hope to write interesting things that people actually want to read here and there.

Because traveling is interesting to me, I assume that others would prefer to read about my traveling over the papers I write for school or the pile of dishes in my sink. So here it is!

For anyone who has stumbled across this site, I have degrees in journalism, political science, and am getting a master’s in international affairs. You can learn more on the “About” page. I believe learning about new cultures and people is a important thing for everyone to do, and I am trying my hardest to seize as many opportunities as I can to experience life around the world.

Currently, I am in Nicaragua studying Spanish and volunteering at a community center.

Welcome to the blog, and if you’re still reading at this point, bless you.


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3 thoughts on “First time for everything

  1. Nancy Redding

    I love your blog! Very interesting and conversational. Imparts a lot of useful information about the “how to’s” of travel on a budget, and interesting tidbits about the people in each culture.

  2. Welcome to the blogosphere!

  3. Thank you!

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