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Something you can always count on, no matter where you are traveling to, you can trust the locals.
I am not sure why, but I was feeling a little down yesterday. Since being here in Spain, I feel like I have been going through an “identity crisis.” With a new country, culture, language, job and church, I feel like I am trying to figure out who I am and how I fit.
For today’s Wednesday Woes, I decided to post some pretty inspiration. Whenever I am feeling down or lonely, I grab my phone and open up Instagram.
When you don’t think about it, language seems like such a small thing. I mean, we don’t even realize it is difficult until we try to communicate with someone in another language. This very small aspect of our lives can be a huge separation.
I have a problem and Spain is not helping. I am obsessed with coffee and trying out new cafés. Since most of my job is online now, I like to find new environments to do my work to keep things interesting. Therefore, it is no surprise that I found another café that I love and […]
I have been trying to say yes to more adventures. I mean, that is how I got to Spain. (Read more here) To most of you, saying yes would mean actual nature adventures like hiking or biking or something. Not to me. First off, I kind of hate nature.
I believe that coffee is a love language. It brings people together. I mean, think of how many afternoons have been saved from tragedy by a simple cup of coffee? A mid-day latté brings me so much comfort. It is like a warm hug from a long distance friend. (Too far?)
Our landlord let us know that we needed to get our water meter changed. So, she set up the day for us and asked us to be at the apartment during those hours.