Hey guys! Going away to uni in a foreign country by yourself can be exciting and scary. I remember I was so happy to be living by myself, having my own responsibilities, and being able to take more control over my life. Having lived in a household where my parents have always been somewhat strict […]
The Vodafone promotions during summer are AMAZING. If you’re moving to Spain (or Pamplona at least) definetely pick this up right when you get there. Literally ALL of the international students have this plan so that they can talk as much as they want to their families abroad.
The current restrictions for non-vaccinated International students coming back home to Canada are very extensive and definetely put a dampener on coming back home.
In this video I spoke about how I keep in touch with my family and friends. It is extremely important to keep on touch with them, so take a time of your day to appreciate your family and friends 🙂
An explanation of the postal service on campus.
A quick video on the experience of keeping in touch with family members while at uni, and how often you can expect to do so.
How I keep in touch with my family and my friends in Brazil, while living in Portugal.
Lots of students worry about how they are going to keep in touch with family and getting homesick – this is the schedule I created for myself to keep in touch.
Why it’s so important to keep in touch with your family while studying abroad?
Keeping in touch with family
It’s important to have a good data plan, preferably unlimited, so you can optimize your time use and talk to your loved ones or catch up with friends while you’re out running errands.
Specific apps that I use to communicate and keep in touch with people in Brazil.