What was intended to be a year abroad to get it out of my system and write has turned into a new career path, but I am passionate about travel writing – capturing a new, or even familiar, place so eloquently that the smells and feelings associated with it are tangible. From professor Durham’s class junior year to my meager little blog, I’ve been chasing story and jotting down my observations, hoping Matador will hire me.
Named one of GoAbroad‘s Top Expat Bloggers
Rough Guides to Andalucía contributor
Named on of the Top Ten Blogs on Spain by Eat With
The Spain Scoop Local Expert
Easy Expat Spain writer
Contributor to Around the World in 80 Jobs
UIowa International Accents – On Leaving Teaching
The Study Abroad Blog – On How Study Abroad Changed the Course of my Life Plans
My ode to Feria de Abril, y olé
Driving Europe´s Mini-Continent, Gran Canaria
Monday escape to Vejer de La Frontera, Cádiz
Boots ‘n All/Why Go Network – Christmas Morning in Still Limerick
Expat Arrivals – The Pros and Cons of Living in Spain
Expat Explorer – Adapting to Working in Spain
Around the World in 80 Jobs – working as a Language Assistant in Spain
A Dangerous Business
Five Tips for Surviving Seville’s Holy Week
i-to-i TEFL: I’m a TEFL graduate and look where I am now!
Guide the Camino: All roads lead to Santiago.
Christine in Spain
Everything I need to know, I learned in Spain
You Can Teach English.Com An interview with Cat Gaa: Teaching English in Spain
Young Adventuress Liz Carlson asks some fun questions about life in Seville
The Travel Tester find the source of my wanderlust….in Wisconsin!
Internations Top Spain blogger Interview
EasyExpat – From Chicago to Seville
Glottogon – Dating in a Second Language
A Insider Guide to Sevilla, directed by me