For four months, I was a resident of Sydney, Australia. Studying abroad “down under” for the spring, I attended one of Australia’s most prestigious universities, learned to surf, cuddled a koala, fed kangaroos, slept under the stars in the Outback, and swam in the waters of the Great Barrier Reef. I also visited neighboring New Zealand, where I hiked Franz Josef glacier.
I thought I’d fall eternally in love with the most romantic city in the world. But like all relationships, this one had its ups and downs. Here’s how to get over the inevitable culture shock when you study abroad.
Two long flights last January and my life is completely different. I couldn’t believe I was finally in Paris.
I walked through the glass doors of the Culinary Loft on 515 Broadway and made my way up to the 10th floor.
The California Strawberry Commission was sponsoring a luncheon hosted and prepared by chef CJ Jacobson from season three of Top Chef, who immediately greeted me and ushered me to a table with editors and interns from Parents and Women’s...
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