Book Review: All The President’s Men by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward

Title: All The President’s Men: The Greatest Reporting Story of All Time Author: Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward Genre: History, Nonfiction, Politics, Writing, Journalism, American History Publisher: Simon Schuster Published: June 3, 2014 Page Amount: 368 pages Goodreads Summary: This is the book that changed America. Published just months before President Nixon’s resignation, All the President’s Menrevealed…

Sloth on.

Can I just say how exhausting my quota of posts is becoming? Two book reviews a week is one thing, but an additional three recipes is an entirely different breed of animal. This is not to say I don’t love writing recipes and sharing all of my cooking adventures, for good or bad ends, with…

Book Review: Midnight in Siberia by David Greene

Title: Midnight in Siberia: A Train Journey into the Heart of Russia Author: David Greene Genre: Travel, Nonfiction, Culture, Russia, Autobiography, Memoir, History, Travelogue, Journalism, Adventure, Politics Publisher: WW Norton & Company Published: October 20, 2014 Page Amount: 336 pages Blurb From Goodreads: Far away from the trendy cafes, designer boutiques, and political protests and crackdowns in Moscow,…

Visitors from Jolly Old England

Late in what seems to be a poor choice of routine, my post for last week comes up on the Wednesday of the next week. Sorry about that, yeah. But last week was exciting, overwhelming and I’m currently running on two shots of coffee right now, so forgive me if my fingers are slightly trembling…

Gdansk-ing, Frankfurt, and Normalcy

Last week was no normal week. Forced out of my normal routine, I attended my program’s mid-year seminar in Frankfurt during the weekdays. There was a lot of bureaucracy, wasted time and nonsense… as was expected. What did I learn from a week of group meetings? Absolutely nothing. Thankfully, I got to visit Checkpoint Alpha,…

Flats, University Courses and Primaries: 2016 Edition

Somehow, it’s just been 18 days since the New Year. Already, there have been so many so many changes and differences that fundamentally distinguish it from 2015. This is first year I have begun my full New Year in a foreign country, and it’s been such an incredible experience to implement change abroad. Attending my local…