Thinking

Daylight

Honestly, I thought my second winter would be much better than the first. I had the hardest time coping with all of the changes during my first year away from home. Perhaps it was the distance from my loved ones, pressure and realizations of graduate school, or having mostly myself to rely on for my… Continue reading Daylight

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Thinking

My Resolutions in 2019: 5 things that I value right now

Hello 2019, The start of the year and end of the holiday season just started to become real for me. While I do have a lot to share about my Prague trip with Justin, I am writing about something else first. I want to list down the changes I want to keep in my life… Continue reading My Resolutions in 2019: 5 things that I value right now

Doing

Here’s What Peace Looks Like: Sunset at Sognsvann Lake

One of the biggest adjustments I had to make during my study abroad was learning how to adapt to the climate. With the seasons changing 4 times a year, the transition periods are the toughest parts. Just seeing the sun is out is not a definite sign that it is warm. Nowadays that Autumn is… Continue reading Here’s What Peace Looks Like: Sunset at Sognsvann Lake

Going

This is Not a Travel Guide: Why My Heart and Other Body Parts are Left in Rome

I know fully well that it's been almost a month since the last time I posted! I was kept busy with engagements with our friends here in Oslo, an emergency 2-day trip back to Potsdam, and the recently concluded Science of Aphasia (SoA) conference in Venice, Italy. Immediately right after that conference, my friends and… Continue reading This is Not a Travel Guide: Why My Heart and Other Body Parts are Left in Rome