I've dubbed 2019 to be The Year of Tessa. I'm 27, I work three different jobs, and I live with my parents (bless them). Why would this of all years be The Year of Tessa? I'll explain. For the first time in as long as I can remember, I'm in a position where I'm able … Continue reading Small changes. Big difference.
I'm beginning to learn a painfully obvious lesson: what has been cannot be again. Deep, I know. When it comes to travel and living abroad, I've discovered this to be even more true. When I arrived in Sámara last November for the Costa Rica TEFL month-long course, I was thrust into a group of friends that … Continue reading Going Through Changes
I've been really lucky to know three of my grandparents my entire life. My paternal grandma died at the hands of breast cancer when I was a wee babe, so I never really knew her, but her memory has been kept alive in my family in such a way that I feel like I do. … Continue reading International Love
In transition. That's how life has felt for the past year and some months. For five months of it, I had the privilege of living in wonderful Casaverde in Potrero, all of that time with Marcela and two of those months with Erik and Sigrid. With Erik and Sigrid heading back to Sweden and Marcela … Continue reading Moving Day