trill in chicago

I flew to Chicago for a quick getaway. I have never felt 18 degrees fahrenheit with extreme wind chills¬†until this weekend. It was such an epic time spent with family and friends. As… Continue reading

Oh that Crunch…

Ciao bellas! Since my last post I was ending my ventures in Europe and now approaching the end of my days at university. Over that period of time, I’ve obviously divulged in some… Continue reading

16 Things We Forget To Thank Our Moms For

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
1. All the times she had to double as best friend/counselor/therapist/costume designer/hair stylist/coach/all-around-solver-of-every-problem-ever. I remain unconvinced that moms aren’t actually superheroes in disguise. 2. Forgiving us when we…


My final day in Rome was jam-packed with all the last minute places I haven’t yet visited. I awoke at a reasonable hour and grabbed Taylor to come along with me. The last… Continue reading


Ciao ciao! Florence was another quick getaway I took preceding my trip to Naples. I spent the second half of my friday traveling from Naples back to Rome, unpacked and re-packed for my… Continue reading


This post highlights one of my weekend trips while studying abroad to London. I had an incredible time wandering the streets of Soho, feeling the Christmas spirit and the crisp, chilled air blowing… Continue reading

Italia Series: Last week

The last week came and went. Here’s the last of the last. One more photo out of the fourth floor window at school. Ponte Sisto – the bridge connecting my flat to Trastevere.… Continue reading

Cinque Terre

One of the most beautiful locations I’ve ever visited was on my weekend trip to Cinque Terre. We were gifted with such amazing weather for the fall season; no clouds in sight and… Continue reading

Italia Series: Vatican Museum, Mussolini Land and Eataly

In the last week leading up to our final show, we crammed in as much touristy sightseeing as we could. The big visit we’ve all been waiting for was to Vatican City. It’s… Continue reading

Italia Series: Museum Life

Rolling in week eight: we jammed in tons of day trips to various museums, churches, chapels, markets and a few ¬†random funky spots our Prof wanted to share with us. We started the… Continue reading