Europe, Travel

I finally made it to Iceland back in September, while en route to Germany for another round of classes for grad school. It was one of my shortest trips ever – I spent barely 24 hours inside the country – but it was absolutely one of my most rewarding travel experiences. Like, if I had an Eat Pray Love-style book advance to go travel (or if I could just afford to take off and go there for 6 months as therapy) I would 100% go there and find a sheep farm to work on, or rent a room in some village and everyday just walk and sit somewhere and stare at the landscape. Suffice to say, I need to go back.

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Packing Lists, Travel

I’m not the kind of person who travels 80% of the time for work, but living in Jordan and doing a master’s program in Germany, I do travel internationally several times a year. It’s great, but costs add up (which I know now, since I made a grown up budget in Excel today) – and one way to save yourself time and money and general frustration is to pack light. Says the girl who almost never succeeds at this.

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