Identity: Revisited

As an American abroad, I do feel I stick out like a sore thumb. It’s something I’ve mentioned before, but the accent is a signal for strangers to ask “Where are you from?” They expect only two answers really, but I am fairly sure they already know I am American based on whatever behavior they…

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Approaching Halloween, the end of spooky month

October has been a strangely repetitive month for me, but in the best way possible. I’ve always hoped I would find my sort of niche while abroad, and I have (a style of photography that is mine, solidifying my collage flair, going to shows alone but having a great time), so being repetitive about it…

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London: A check in, if you will

A Reflection, 1/3 of the Way Done With the idea of identity handed to us on a silver platter, unable to be scraped off, I suppose I will follow up on these identity themes in both of my posts I write while abroad. On a purely personal level, my identity has unfolded to reveal newer…

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