Simon and Martina are right again. There’s something so inspired about Japanese packaging. I remember appreciating the ketchup containers at fast food places like McDonald’s. They weren’t messy packets. 14 more words
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What I heave learned about my Self from these 2 cities? – I am always reflecting on how travel (and living in different places) changes me. 1,867 more words
My husband loves cars. And repairing cars. One of his dreams when he retires is to put up his own garage shop.
My husband chooses 2nd hand cars and changes cars frequently because: 1) he wants to cut or avoid depreciation, 2) he doesn’t want to deal with maintenance costs, 3) every car is a challenge to his mechanical inclinations, from choosing to attending to some initial repairs to maintaining. 282 more words
Undoubtedly, expat life can be very exciting. The experiences and challenges of life abroad teach new skills and enhance capabilities, create new meanings in life, and generally translate into valuable memories, which are worth remembering for many years ahead. 418 more words