I’m currently training to be a TEFL teacher during the summer break. This certification allows you to teach English abroad. I got an email in my inbox the other day from the company I am getting this certification from; about internship programs they are doing from September onwards. And there it is was, a 9-month […]Read More Reflection on my Aspie obsessions
As I mentioned in my last blog post, college is nearly over for summer holidays. For me this means four months off college. I hate the idea of sitting on my hands for four months doing nothing. Maybe the first month I’d love it but after that the boredom will kick in and I’d just […]Read More What to do over the summer holidays?
I have always loved to learn and study. I was homeschooled for a year in between primary schools as a kid and it’s still to this day my favorite year of education. My mother home schooled myself and my three sisters, allowing us to be curious and ask as many questions as we want on […]Read More Finishing up first year of college
As I have previously mentioned before I’m in college. This makes travelling harder due to lack of time and money. However, I have been very adamant to not let college overload my life and to still make time for travelling during college not just during summer. The thoughts of doing that always scares me. The […]Read More 3 days in Vienna
I’m going to be honest here, when I went to Italy I stayed in a hotel and a B&B. I knew hostels were an option, but I instantly thought nope, no way will I do that. And I wanted and still want to be the ultimate budget backpacker who saves money especially on accommodation, but […]Read More First time Aspie experience in a hostel
Have you ever read ‘Eat, Pray, Love’? If not let me explain briefly. It’s a true story about a woman who goes through a lot of shit, a messy divorce mainly but several other things. She then decides to go on a journey to the 3 ‘I’s’. She goes to Italy to eat, India to […]Read More Travels to Italy
Aspie is a shorthand way of saying Asperger’s. Asperger’s Syndrome is a form of Autism, known as more high functioning then other forms of Autism. I won’t go into all the medical symptoms of Asperger’s but the person with Asperger’s has difficulty mostly with social skills. We have difficulty looking people in the eye and […]Read More What does Aspie mean?