I was a little bit nervous for my first day of volunteering on Sunday. Honestly, it’s intimidating not knowing the language that your students are speaking. I woke up bright and early feeling a little unsure of myself (what had I gotten myself into!) Gladly, those fears were put to rest by the end of … More Jump Right In!
What a crazy couple of awesome days it’s been! My family has been planning this trip for the last few months and Puerto Rico was pretty darn fabulous. We stayed at the Ritz-Carlton in San Juan (I am infinitely grateful to my parents for the wonderfulness of the hotel), which was right on the ocean … More Bienvenido a Puerto Rico!
Hi all! Since I moved back home I’ve been craving one thing and one thing only. Breakfast Cookie!!! (a la Gina, of course) I finally went out to the supermarket and bought oats today, which made this breakfast beauty a delicious possibility. Into this mix went 1/3 cup oats, 1 small banana, 1 scoop soy … More Catch Up Day!
Alright, I know I’ve been super secretive and weird about the whole Israel thing, but now I’ll give a bit of further information about my upcoming adventure 🙂 Sooo a little over 3 years ago (the summer after my freshman year) I got my first taste of Israel through the Taglit-Birthright program. This program gives … More Shalom Tel Aviv!
Sorry, but after a crazy day full of activities, I’m too pooped for a full post right now. Run down of today’s activities: -Woke at 8:00. -Walked from the west village to east 42nd street in order to get to the Israeli Consulate. (a bit chilly out in nyc today!) ps. If you haven’t already … More Worst Blogger Ever.
To start today off right both Evan and I took a little trip to the world’s most fantastic diner (yes, I mean it.) The Wooden Spoon, located in east bumble-nowhere Ashford, CT has honestly changed my diner experience for the better. If you ever get the chance to go, try their homemade cornbread–holy moley delish. … More Hello Big Apple!