<p>Juliana Trujillo is just a girl from Colorado ready to do big things. A love for learning, family support, and food inspired her ambitions to study abroad. She is a Bioengineering major with a Chemistry minor with a passion for promoting STEM equity and equality. In her free time, Juliana loves to read, be outdoors, or read outdoors in addition to spending time with friends and family.</p>
Blogs by Juliana Trujillo
No Es Adios
A few final closing thoughts about my time in Madrid. I loved my time abroad, and I hope you enjoyed following my journey!
Finals in Spain and Education Differences
Who even studies while they’re abroad? ME. Here are the differences between the American and Spanish education system and my official proposal for more study...
Must See in Madrid
As my time studying abroad in Spain has come to a close, I would like to submit my official love letter and recommended guide of the beautiful, wonderful city...
Travel Life Lessons
You make a mistake once you never make it again, goes the old saying. So, I made all the mistakes I could just so I would never make them again. On purpose of...
Missing Home Abroad
In which I talk about homesickness while abroad and how I attempt to deal with it.
Optimizing Your Luggage: What to Bring and NOT to Bring to Madrid
I give some tips on packing for Madrid! As well as some other general packing must haves and have nots.
The Ins and Outs of Living with a Host Family
My experience with a host family and why you should do it no matter what level of experience you have! I also include some tips and tricks on getting the best...
¿Cómo Se Llama "I'm starting to get the hang of this"?
How letting go of embarrassment and being open to making mistakes helped me adjust to my first few weeks in Madrid and how I plan on using this strategy to...
When Do I Go to School Again?
A look at my first few weeks in Madrid, as well as some advice on balancing traveling with school work. Some location highlights include Segovia, Barcelona, and...
The Countdown to Madrid!
The last weeks before leaving for a semester abroad are a mix of emotions, but I am ready to go!