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Lycée Les Marcs D'or

The reason I’m currently living in Dijon is because I’m working in a high school as an English assistant. The job is very chill and fairly easy. 595 more words

*kwaheri ya kuonana

*disclaimer: i started writing this on tuesday, before my need for sleep took over. i’m completing it on d-day. (thursday.. last day in kenya. *weeps softly*) and yes i do pack two days in advance, because i literally ALWAYS get it wrong on the first try. 1,737 more words


Things That I Am Enjoying

There’s so much to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. I couldn’t possibly list them all, but in between bites full of mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie, here are some of the things I am enjoying this week! 290 more words


12 Tips for Surviving (and Thriving in) Expatriate Life

Moving to a new country is not easy and can challenge even the most thick-skinned adventurer. As a psychologist, mother and weathered survivor of a move abroad, I hope I can offer you a number of tips that will help you to flourish in your new expatriate home. 1,254 more words

Skillful Living

Seed pods

Outside our kitchen door grows a robinia tree, otherwise known as ‘false acacia’. Its seed pods are small and light and easily carry long distances, each seed pod contains between four and ten seeds. 58 more words

Sandra Danby

what a nightmare.

got the 12 o’clock bus from Kuitun to Urumqi. which usually takes about four hours. however, it started snowing. the bus took 10 HOURS. that meant I was three hours late for picking up my mum from the airport. 565 more words


Much To Be Thankful For and A Day in Heidelberg

On this Thanksgiving we have much to be thankful for. Though we can’t be there to enjoy it with you, we are wishing everyone a happy holiday with friends, family and pie. 706 more words