She was born and raised outside of Boston, Massachusetts where her two older sisters, Mom, Dad and puppy Huxley still live. Bridget has always been and will always be one of those wild Boston sports fans, from reversing the curse to deflating the football she will never betray the beloved Boston Sports Army.
She is a graduate from James Madison University, where she studied both journalism and Spanish. Bridget studied abroad during the spring semester of her junior year in Sevilla, Spain and has had the travel bug ever since.
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