I'm Koula, a former sorority girl and a recent (December 2010 is still considered recent, right?) graduate of California State University, Sacramento. I studied Anthropology, a choice I always feel like I have to vehemently defend when it comes up as a topic of discussion. "Uh, what can you do with that?" is usually the question I get. The truth is, I'm not exactly sure; I'm still trying to figure that part out. What I am sure of is that I love Anthropology. It is, by definition, the comparative study of human societies and cultures and their development. It's interesting, no, it's enthralling. I enjoyed every minute of my studies; learning about humanity from a physical, cultural, social, and linguistic perspective. It gave me a greater understanding and appreciation of human differences and what makes each of us unique. It helped me to become a more well-rounded person who knows a little bit about a lot of different subjects.
I began blogging to chronicle my travels when I left home for Europe just 2 weeks after graduation, but my blog slowly transitioned in to more of a travel/lifestyle blog. It is, still, about traveling far and well, but now both literally and figuratively through the journey of life.
I hope you enjoy reading my blog as much as I enjoy writing it.
Feel free to ask me any questions.