A reflection on my first two drastically different Couchsurfing experiences.
My take on how Michelangelo portrays Hell with the seven deadly sins and inspiration from Dante.
My study abroad experience begins! Here's a low down of what I did this week.
I really didn't know what to expect from Bath, except of course, baths. But even then, I didn't know what to expect from those either. Overwhelmed by the entrance price to see the ancient Roman baths (16 pounds for adults; luckily I was able to get the student price of 12.25 pounds) I was thinking I … Continue reading A Daycation in Bath
A gallery of photos from my winter wonderland trip through Croatia's Plitvice Lakes.
A gallery of some pretty amazing art history inspired tattoos.
A quick note: this paper was written for an Intro to Psychology class, and should be read as a psychology paper with an art historical lens, not an art history paper outright. Vincent van Gogh was a Post-Impressionist artist who is most famously known for his masterpiece Starry Night and the fact that he cut off part of … Continue reading The Psychology of Vincent van Gogh
An amazingly in-depth story about Leonardo da Vinci and his masterpiece.
Travel is a wonderful thing. It opens you up to new experiences and cultures, tests you in ways you couldn't imagine back home, and leaves you breathless and overall a more cultured person. Unfortunately, traveling is not free. For some people, that is enough to deter them from travelling at all. Don't be one of … Continue reading 10 Tips to Help You Save For Travel
In late February, my mom and I traveled to the fortified city of Dubrivnik, Croatia. The city was empty and every corner was picturesque. Here are some of my many (~300) pictures I took on our day of wandering: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/118360296439626874/