Oregon Coast Road Trip With my Best Friend

Oregon Coast Road Trip With my Best Friend

Sorry this is late! I meant to post this yesterday, but I hand’t realized how much work it was going to be to polish up my notes and get it ready to be published.

Last Friday I took the cats to the vet for boarding, locked up my house, and loaded up the car for an Oregon Coast Road Trip with my best friend.

Before Summer began, Kayla and I decided we wanted to go on vacation again. We met during the Paris trip I went on last year. We originally planneda 10 day trip with a meticulous itinerary from Astoria, Oregon to Cambria, California. After discussing this with my family and stressing about getting it all done in time, we decided to cut the California part off and just do as we wish along the oregon Coast with a very loose itinerary. We had a direction, some things we wanted to do, and nine days to do it.

We left on Friday, arrived at my parents house that evening, stayed the night, spent the next day with my parents grocery shopping and hanging out, then started our trip officially on Sunday. Continue reading “Oregon Coast Road Trip With my Best Friend”

What I Loved and Hated About Paris

What I Loved and Hated About Paris

It’s been well over a year since I went to Paris and I’m still in awe of what an amazing opportunity it was. Here is my post about my trip to Paris. I loved most of the experience, but there were a few things I did not like about the experience. I compiled some things I loved, things I didn’t love, and things I had mixed feelings about during my 10 days in Paris.

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I Spent 10 Days in Paris For $3,000 and Got College Credit

I Spent 10 Days in Paris For $3,000 and Got College Credit

Flatlay of camera, photo album, perfume, tiara, euros, and flowers

My school has the opportunity to go to Paris for an international Media Seminar. It’s a class that is open to all majors, but benefits communication students more. Because it was a class, we made all our reservations together and scheduled through some influential media moguls in Paris, which cut costs significantly. I went with 12 other students, my professor and his family, and we were there with a college from Kansas with around the same number of students. I came back with Continue reading “I Spent 10 Days in Paris For $3,000 and Got College Credit”