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When I Get Homesick, I Stop Being Homesick and Be Awesome Instead

As part of my #tbt blogs, I´m posting a story I wrote back in May 2010. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)was created in order to help individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder. 2,694 more words

Expat

Expats Give Back: Madrid

Whether you’re heading back to Madrid this fall for another year of teaching, or getting ready to start your first year there, consider adding “volunteering” to the list of things you hope to experience while living in Spain’s capital city this year. 344 more words

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Packing for Spain: round two

I’m usually the person who thrives under stress. I live for it. 10 page paper? Start researching the night before. Swimming in a relay? Throw me in the anchor spot. 2,653 more words

Me and Madrid: an Enduring Love Affair

My opinion of Spain, and Madrid in particular, has changed a lot since I visited for the first time back in spring 2005. In March 2010, after having lived in Spain for a total of six months, I wrote the following to describe just how my relationship with the country had changed since transitioning from being a tourist to a local: 1,299 more words

Travel

Where to eat in Sanlúcar de Barrameda: El Centro y Bajo de Guía

I’ll be honest…one of the main reasons I wanted to move back to Sanlúcar from Seville is the food! As a coastal town Sanlúcar is the epitome of what the Mediterranean diet should be; light dishes, lots of olive oil, local veggies, low in red meat, homemade breads, and let’s not forget fresh seafood! 957 more words

Life In Spain

Camino de Santiago: Bilbao

Our final destination on our first segment of the Camino de Santiago, Bilbao provided a transition point for our return to city life in Spain. After 10 days and over 100 miles of walking, Las Chicas enter Bilbao slowly, stopping for café and tortilla. 359 more words

Life In Spain