Guest interview on ExpatsBlog.com
Last-minute goodbye dinners with my aunt and uncle, who happen to live a few minutes from myself. It's a small world, isn't it?
While travel can be affordable, it does take money to do so (like anything else). One can earn money while traveling at the same time by working abroad. Here is a detailed account of how much you can earn and save while teaching in a public school in South Korea.
While packing up my life in a backpack after three years of accumulating stuff in Korea, I'm adapting even more to the minimalist lifestyle.
It's hard to say goodbye!
Closing up my last semester as a native English teacher in Gwangju. A day to the movies with some sixth grade sweethearts!
As my time to leave Korea is ticking away, I compiled a list of things I'll miss the most about Korea.
Honored to have been featured in the Gwangju Blog's latest column, People You Should Know... in Gwangju.
I've been recording one-second video clips every day since 2014. This has been a great way to preserve those memories from all of our travels. I highly recommend the 1 Second Everyday app to do the same! You will enjoy looking back at those videos. There is something beautiful to capture every single day, no … Continue reading One Second Every Day – April – June 2015 – Gwangju, South Korea
Announcement! After three years of teaching and living in South Korea and fostering a relationship with my birth family, I'll leave with a backpack and a boyfriend, both of which I've acquired in the lovely SK. What's next?