September 2015 | Recap

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September was a big month for me. A really big month. I became an expat, started a Masters degree, learned to cook bacon…big things people.

SEPTEMBER IN EXPAT LIFE…

  • I moved across the world exactly one month ago. Just me, a suitcase, an oversized backpack, and a mountain of stress.
  • I walk down to the ocean almost every day after I’m in class 8-5. Still pinching myself.
  • I live in a city of 500,000 people, have a daily commute, complete with bus transport. We’re not in Gambier, Ohio anymore, y’all.

SEPTEMBER TASTED LIKE…

  • COFFEE. BECAUSE GRAD SCHOOL.
  • I’m a terrible cook. Most of the words my housemates say to me are “SARAH ARE YOU EATING CURRY AGAIN”
  • I can’t stop eating these.

  

SEPTEMBER READ LIKE…

  

SEPTEMBER ADVENTURED LIKE…

    

SEPTEMBER SOUNDED LIKE…

  • Ukuleles. Because I am joining a ukulele society!  

SEPTEMBER MANTRAS…  

  

  
How were your Septembers? Let me know in the comments 🙂
Sarah xx 

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