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More in common than we ever knew – the music performance degree and the PhD
The similarities between a PhD and music degree are many, so how do you deal with the issues that arise?
A successful music performance career
What does the word 'success' even mean?
From Crazy Horse to Wall Drug: Visiting Home
An article about taking my British boyfriend to South Dakota
The invisible role of the expat
The expat is often forgotten about in the global conversation, but we shouldn't be.
Why do we care?
Ruminating on my first academic conference presentation
Eating healthy is hard – Fiddler in the Groove
Music performance is certainly necessarily full of competition, so why do we create more?
Being an artist during difficult times
The importance of artists when the going gets tough
NYC: My decade with culinary icons | 2nd Air Division Memorial Library
NYC: My decade with culinary icons | 2nd Air Divisi...
Short thoughts on America during a recent visit to Seething Airfield
Reflecting on being American in a foreign country
A review of a recent trip to Seething USAAF Airfield WWII museum
Helming Thanksgiving dinner in England | 2nd Air Division Memorial Library
What to make for dinner when you're living abroad and hosting your everyone's first Thanksgiving
The Women Who Propelled Us
A review of the book Rocket Girls and reflection on the role of women in history that is often overlooked
American Art in World War I
America was not involved in WWI for long, but the art was there.
Memorial Day at Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial
Visiting the Cemetery of the fallen American servicemen on Memorial Day