When I first arrived at the OU Study Abroad fair at the beginning of the semester, I was honestly a little overwhelmed. At that point, I really had no idea where I wanted to go or what I wanted to do. I was still trying to get used to life away from home, and did not even want to think about going to another country. After stopping at a few booths, I became excited about traveling abroad again. I picked up some booklets about film internships in Australia, England, and Ireland. I stopped by the OU in Arezzo booth and got some great information along with some cool pens and a cup. Finally, I picked up some information papers on summer programs from the College of Arts and Sciences in Clermont-Ferrand, France and Ireland (as well as some more cool free stuff). Visiting these booths definitely helped me narrow down my options for studying abroad. I am pretty sure that I want to study in Arezzo and in France, but I am still not a 100% sure. Because I have traveled so little in my life so far, there are so many places that I want to go and I am known for being indecisive. If you have the opportunity to visit a study abroad fair or even just any information events, I highly recommend doing so. It may seem overwhelming at the time, but you can gain so much information and answer so many questions you did even realize that you had.