I have FINALLY made my list of what to bring to Switzerland now all I have to do is buy everything! Here is my list:)
THINGS I NEED TO BRING: CLOTHES (BOLDED MEANS NEED TO BUY)
-1 or 2 Nice skirts, pencil skirts (h&m or Forever21) - 4-5Pretty blouses (h or f21)
-A LOT of simple tank tops (h, f21, ross) -Shirts(h,f21)
- 5 pairs of shorts including the white lace ones (H,f21,r,tjmaxx)
-2 or 3 nice cardigans (h, f21) -Pretty white TOMS(that one store)
-4 pairs of Black Leggings(anywhere) -Running Shoes
-Flip Flops(old navy) -Bathing suit(anywhere)
-Sandals and flats(Ross) -1 pair of jeans(anywhere)
-Blue messenger bag(maybe) -a lot of bras and undies(Victoria’s secret)
-Socks (target) -Jewelry
-Backpack? Laptop bag?
-Face Wash (Anywhere) -Moisturizer(anywhere) -Lotion(Anywhere)
-Shampoo(Anywhere) -Conditioner(Anywhere) -Toothbrush
-toothpaste -Hairbrush -Hair ties, bobby pins
-Make-up -Nail polish -Nail polish remover
-2 Notebook -Printed copy of packet -Pens/Pencils
-Portable Nebulizer -Albuterol Sulfate -Inhalers (3)
-Benedryl/Allegra -Advil -Band-aid kit
-Phone and charger (Iphone??) -Ipad and charger -PEPPER SPRAY
-Passport/ID Card -Wallet -Inhaler
-Headphones -Portable Nebulizer/Abuterol -Journal/pen
What I Should Wear
-Black comfy leggings -Boots(Uggs) -Light tshirt with cardigan/sweater
WHERE THINGS GO
· Most of my Medicine
· Internship stuff
I unfortunately have so many medical problems but I’m so very excited yay!!!!!!
3 May is World Press Freedom Day which this year focuses on how media freedom has the power to transform societies — find an event near you!
In 2012, we remember the 62 journalists who died as a result of their work in 2011.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova:
We call on States, professional media and non-governmental organisations everywhere to join forces with the United Nations to promote online and offline freedom of expression in accordance with internationally accepted principles. This is a pillar of individual rights, a foundation for healthy societies and a force for social transformation. (full statement)
Switzerland is a cute little country snuggled right between France, Germany, and Italy. Even though it is very tiny there is a lot of variety in the food, languages, people, and sites. In particular, Geneva is a city right next Lake Geneve that I’m personally fond of because it is home to a major United Nations base.
This is my first post about my journey to Switzerland. Over the next few months I’ll share several photos and posts about Switerland and why I’m going there in July:) Hope you all find it as interesting as I do:)
Little Miss Swiss