Having explored quite a bit of the western world, I've been hoping to travel somewhere east for many years now. In fact, I even wrote in my 2018 goals that I was planning to travel somewhere "east of Poland". My mum had been looking to work in India for a week with her company for quite some time, so when my university said they were running an intercultural program in New Delhi, we decided to make a holiday out of it.
Three weeks ago today I got on a plane at Liverpool John Lennon Airport to start my new life as a university student in Utrecht. If you've been here before, you probably won't need to all the information on that, if you're new here you can read all about it here. I've definitely learnt a lot… Continue reading The First Three Weeks of the Future
If any of you aren't new to my blog, you may know that back in January I wrote a post about how I have been accepted into Utrecht University of Applied Sciences. Earlier this month my mum, dad and I took a trip out to the city to explore a bit more and spend some time looking at what we could see of the accommodation.
When you finish college, almost everyone expects you to go to university. You're expected to get a degree, get a job, get a house, get married and have kids, and that's it, that's your life. We're programmed by our teachers to think that your only path is to apply through UCAS and pray you get the grades to meet your offers. For the girl who has wanderlust running through her veins and the world at her fingertips, that wasn't enough.