Shut Up And Go
August 07, 2020
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July 17, 2020
It had been a few weeks of living in Marseille in the south of France. I was working as an au pair, and on my...
If you never dreamed that you would find the love of your life by stumbling upon a dark-haired pop star no one has ever heard...
Studying abroad in Malta not only introduced me to its history and customs, but also to the mismatch of cultures that our group of foreign...
I lived in Amsterdam for 5 solid years from 2015-2020; getting that all-mighty visa is the key to unlocking your new life abroad in the...
I’m sitting in my tiled sala (that’s Spanish for living room, everyone) this Thursday morning, munching on fresh eggplant ravioli that cost me just under...
Prior to preparing for the CAP Cuisine, France’s national cooking exam, I seldom ate meat and avoided cooking it altogether. Now that I’m cheffing it...
By Julia Hamilton
July 13, 2020
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When we’re seeing injustice after injustice happen on the news, there comes a time when a beautiful Instagram illustration share on your story just doesn’t...
By Danielle Conlon
June 18, 2020
7 min read
Okay friends, it’s now month three of my CAP Cuisine training (click here if you’re lost), which has meant tackling some frankly nauseating dishes. Fish...
May 28, 2020
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“There? Why there?” “It’s a disgusting city, don’t go. There’s trash everywhere, it’s covered in graffiti, go anywhere else.” “I mean, work there if you...
May 15, 2020
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It's Damon. It's Jo. And it's Damon and Jo.
It’s been a wild month and a half. With most of the world in lockdown, (and I’m kinda hoping by the time this is published...
May 13, 2020
As soon as I dropped my bags back in my childhood bedroom in the quiet suburbs of Connecticut, all I wanted to do was tell...
By Till Kaeslin
May 08, 2020
May 5th marks the anniversary of the Dutch liberation from the Nazi Germans in the Second World War. Today we celebrate our freedom for the...
May 05, 2020
Hello from Paris, friends, where we’re well into month two of lockdown. I hope you’re all holding up as best you can. I’m up to...
April 24, 2020
When people talk about Switzerland, the listeners either confuse us with Sweden or automatically think about banks and chocolate (the best in the world by...
April 17, 2020
Emptiness… An overwhelming emptiness… We are currently watching history being made in front of us. In times like these, we can experience a plethora of...
By Victor Plyson
April 16, 2020