Photo 96/365 A peak into a student’s notebook. Bogotá, Colombia.
Photo 84/365 Espresso + milk in Austria. Do you love European cafes as much as I do? Interested in getting into the IE field? David Comp of the International Higher Education Consulting Blog shares some great information and tips in this new 20-minute podcast interview!
Photo 67/365 Oregon trees. Love. You can still register for our March workshops! “Working Successfully and Authentically in the Corporate World and an updated and expanded “Bridging the Marketing Gap.”
Photo 59/365 Another shot of Grindelwald, Switzerland in October. I’m not sure if the cows were for real or just for tourists. What do you think? P.S. Today’s the last day to use the Coupon Codes and save $ on our 2 new workshops! Use “authentic” (no quotes) for “Working Successfully and Authentically in … Read more
The Döner. One of my favorite eat-on-the-go foods in Germany. It’s cheap, filling, and oh so tasty. Not only that, I have many memories wrapped up (ha!) in Döner. Since I cut my teeth on the German version of Döner I don’t tend to like non-German Döner. But I was pleasantly surprised by the … Read more
This is a little something that Dale and I created to express our mission and vision for our TrekDek Study Abroad project. (What’s TrekDek Study Abroad? More on that soon!) How would you complete the phrase “Travel is…?”
Feldkirch, Austria. We did not go in.
When Aaron and I travel for Christmas we don’t usually give each other gifts. But it’s fun to open presents on Christmas morning, so this year we decided to give each other fun little Swiss gifts in our stockings. Due to snow we didn’t get out as much as we’d planned before Christmas, so … Read more
Aaron and I were wandering around Buenos Aires when I saw this sign. It made me laugh. I know it’s not a ferret store but it still made it laugh.