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Finding Joy in Life

Linclon Memorial, Washington DC

To me, the most important thing is to be grateful for the life you're given. That means shaking the negativity and to making each day full of joy.

The french phrase "la joie de vivre" loosely translates to "the joy of living". It can be a joy of conversation, joy of eating, joy of a spontaneous moment, anything one might do.

As a frequent traveler I knew I always wanted to complement my undergraduate education with a study abroad experience. Traveling teaches you in innumerable ways that sitting in a classroom never could.

Strengthening my language skills, exposing myself to world renowned art, and expanding my understanding of cultures are just a few of the things that helped me make my decision to study in Paris, France.

Cuisine, architecture, adventure. What better place to learn and grow than Paris? All while making memories that will last a lifetime.

My goal is to find the joy in each day I live and in sharing my journey with you, in turn bring joy into your life. Laugh at me, laugh with me, as I find "la joie de vivre".

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