Pulgarita traveled to... · The PhD voice

5 reasons why I’m excited for Fall!

Hi all! The last time you heard of me here on the blog, I was doing the Blog Every Day in August challenge. However, I decided to break it off and just rest. I was having a lot of stress on my PhD life already and I started a huge vacation across the US (there… Continue reading 5 reasons why I’m excited for Fall!

Pulgarita traveled to...

Whale watching in Massachusetts

Hi all! Here I am trying to catch up with the post that should have been released yesterday. For the #summerofstem challenge of yesterday, the theme was “splash”. And the theme of today is “sun-day” So I thought, what better way to celebrate this topic than a sunny day where I saw so many whales… Continue reading Whale watching in Massachusetts

Pulgarita traveled to... · The PhD voice

The most relaxing places of my STEM journey

Hi all! Today I thought initially of writing about “How I relax as a PhD Student” to stay aligned with today’s #summerofstem topic, but I have an old blogpost which has been pretty well read, about ways to maintain mental health as a PhD student, and all the advice I have to give is pretty… Continue reading The most relaxing places of my STEM journey

Pulgarita traveled to...

5 things to do indoors and outdoors in Boston

Hi all! First of all, this post is a combination of two planned posts for the Blog Every Day August challenge. Since yesterday I unfortunately couldn’t post, I decided to combine the two topics of Summer of STEM: Outdoors and Indoors, to provide you my recommendations on what to do indoors and outdoors in the… Continue reading 5 things to do indoors and outdoors in Boston

Pulgarita traveled to...

Holidays and parades in the USA – Spring/Summer edition

Hi all! Let’s keep going on getting to know a bit more about how it is living in the USA (namely in Massachusetts) as an international PhD student. This involves as well getting to know better the American culture and the purpose behind some national (and state) holidays and customs. This was one of the… Continue reading Holidays and parades in the USA – Spring/Summer edition

Pulgarita traveled to... · The PhD voice

6 lessons from 6 months of PhD life abroad

Featured photo: Charles River from Harvard Bridge at Sunset. View over Memorial Drive, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA Hi all! It’s August 3rd, so yay, it’s 6 months since I came to the USA! These have been by far the most intense 6 months of my life in all aspects. I’ve been going through the highest highs… Continue reading 6 lessons from 6 months of PhD life abroad

Pulgarita traveled to...

Snowy afternoon in Boston College

Hi all! Here I am, in the midst of all this newly found urge to write about my adventures (and starting my Blog Every Day August #BEDA challenge), and feeling the need to cool down from this summer heat in Boston. Therefore, let’s go back to April and write about things I used to do… Continue reading Snowy afternoon in Boston College

Pulgarita traveled to... · The PhD voice

Strolling around Harvard Campus

Hi all! Don’t you love when you have a commitment somewhere, and things don’t go as planned afterwards, making a shift for the better? I had that same feeling when I found myself in Harvard and had to work after the said commitment. I tried to go to the cafeteria of Harvard Art Museum (which is… Continue reading Strolling around Harvard Campus

Pulgarita traveled to...

Back to the Back Bay, Boston

Hi! Even though I still didn’t travel outside the Boston and Cambridge area, the travel posts keep coming. First of all, I want to say that this afternoon walk and post comes this soon in my stay in the area due to a coincidence. I had gone to a bar nearby Newbury Street and I… Continue reading Back to the Back Bay, Boston

Pulgarita traveled to...

Strolling around Beacon Hill, Boston

Hi! The day I wrote my latest post (check out my 1-month lessons in Cambridge & MIT) I had had enough. Enough of spending 10 days straight at MIT without a day off, feeling so sucked into this wonderful campus, but I needed to get away. Since I have a flexible work schedule, I thought… Continue reading Strolling around Beacon Hill, Boston