These days, I spend most of my time hibernating in the depths of the library. And although I love my classes this semester, I would much rather be nourished by sunlight, fresh air, and adventure than by neon lighting, vending machine snacks, and perpetual sedentariness.
To take my mind off the fact that I’m forced to spend my weekends with Aristotle, Charles Dickens, and André Breton, I spend my study breaks virtually exploring New York City, Paris (cue the nostalgia), and London via Trottermag. Obsessed is an understatement. Some may call this procrastination. I call it cultural enrichment.
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I have also been perusing through my study abroad photos (AKA stalking myself like no other on Facebook) wishing I could still eat an entire baguette with no shame or consume camembert cheese like it was a main food group.
How many days until summer?
Trust me friends, I most definitely do NOT want to rush this year. But with the looming onset of the Boston winter (when the sun barely comes out and I suffer from what probably is a severe Vitamin D deficiency), part of me wishes it was still 80 degrees and sunny and I could spend my days swimming, hiking, paddle boarding, and reading.
And spring break is most definitely on my mind. However much I love sitting on a beach and doing nothing besides digging my toes progressively deeper in the sand, I’m feeling a bit more adventurous. Gotta admit, this looks pretty amazing. Or this. More to come about spring break plans soon!