As you may know, Netflix recently published a documentary about Rachel Dolezal called the Rachel Divide. At first, I thought “Why does she needs attention??!”. Then, I checked out the trailer and I thought it was interesting. Of course, I ended up watching the documentary that same day. Today, I will share with you my personal view of this documentary. Also, I will tell you all the bullshit that came out of Rachel’s mouth that made me frown instantly. Let’s get into this Rachel Divide, shall we?! (more…)
In my last post, I talked about why you should study abroad and shared my own experiences. Since I did my internship in Senegal right after my exchange period, I thought it would be a great moment to talk about my internship as well. I consider doing my internship in Senegal also one of the best things I have done. In this post, I want to list all the benefits of doing an internship or working in another country. Let’s get into working abroad! (more…)
About three years ago, I was in Berlin, Germany to study abroad. Looking back, it seems like a really long time ago. It kind of is. Reflecting back, I have to say that studying abroad is one of the best things I have done during my studies. In this post, I want to list all the benefits of studying (a semester) abroad. Also, I will share with you my personal experiences! I am doing this because I never really took the opportunity to share this experience. Let’s get into why you should study abroad! (more…)
Today is the first day of 2018 and just like last year, I want to share some of my “2018: New Year’s Resolutions” with you. If you are interested, you can read last year’s edition and the Recap to compare for example. I hope everyone had a great holiday season full of love and joy. Let’s get into these ‘resolutions’!
Today, is the last day of the year and in this post, I want to share my 2017 recap and tie this to my “2017: New Year’s ‘Resolutions’post. You could say that I did some pretty cool things in 2017. I can only hope to continue to do amazing things and gain great experiences! Like I said at the beginning of the year, I do not really do the whole new year, new me thing. There were just a few things that I wanted to do more, and if you want to know what: keep reading!
Today, is the first day of the year and in this post, I want to share my “2017: New Year’s Resolutions” with all of you. I hope everyone has been able to enjoy Christmas and the holidays in general with family and loved-ones. These things are not real resolutions, however, these are the things I want to work on this year. Please stay tuned, because I have some super exciting news!!
In this post, I want to introduce a new segment: Twisted Quotes. No, this is not about crazy or weird quotes. Just quotes that I want to share with all of you guys. I always send quotes that I come across on social media and mostly on Tumblr to my friends and they mostly like it. With certain friends, I can talk about quotes and their deeper meaning. One could say that in some way, quotes are really my thing. Therefore, I want to share quotes on the regular with you guys :). I will also try to find interesting pictures that I made myself to match the quote.
This first quote, is you are enough by Daniell Koepke and is called. I came across this piece on Tumblr and I really love it :). You can read it below!
Good question! What has Senegalese Twisted (me) been up to for the past year? Well, I have been doing a lot of things! I am almost graduated, I went to Senegal twice, I have been on set for a few movies and shows and two of the productions were AMERICAN productions, in between everything I went to classes and trips and what not. In this post, I will tell you all about the things I have been doing and some things, I will elaborate on in future blog posts.