For a lot of people, recognizing personal weaknesses can be a challenge. It’s understandable, too, considering we’ve been taught to either hide our weaknesses, or downplay them. Have you ever heard of anyone who suggested informing potential employers of all of your major weaknesses, or anything you may be terrible at? The answer is probably … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Cadiz
Carnaval in Cadiz: The Pros and Cons of Group Travel
This past weekend, I embarked on an extremely last-minute trip to Cadiz. I’ve been to the small southern town before, although that was at a very different time of the year. This time around, it wasn’t hot, but there were still plenty of people out on the streets all day. The occasion? ‘Carnaval’. Carnaval in … Continue reading
Spain, in 10.
Disclaimer: There have been a ridiculous amount of incredible, insane, hilarious, and confusing moments here in Spain. The following is a list of some great (and appropriate) moments to have happened all over the country. In no particular order… Continue reading
Lost in Andalusia – Malaga, Sevilla, Cadiz
Judging by several of my previous posts, it would be an understatement to say that the past year or so of my life has been extremely unpredictable and slightly nerve-wracking. From graduating school to packing up to move to a completely different country, my notions of the “real world” had been completely shattered. Truth be … Continue reading