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I'm new here, too

The first thing I noticed about being back was that the TSA and security in American airports are no joke. The immigration officer really doesn’t care if you give them an American passport, they really hammer you with questions, but in a friendly, trying to disarm you kind of way. 198 more words


Vogel des Jahres and blog update

Hello everyone!

I took an incredibly long break from writing on my blog due to some personal reasons. Finally I am back with some news. This blog will take a slightly new direction. 212 more words


How did I get here? - My post for TEFL Barcelona

Thinking about doing a TEFL course and moving to Barcelona? Read about my experience and life in Barcelona as an EFL teacher! There are some good photos too! 7 more words


Windsor & the Cotswolds

In spring 2016 we took our first road trip through the UK, and probably one of the most popular ones from London: visiting the Cotswolds. An idyllic region, with rolling hills and yellow sandstone villages. 211 more words

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A New Challenge: 30 Days of Blogging

I’ve decided to commit to blogging every day for 30 days. Recently I find myself frequently thinking about things I want to write for this blog, for the memoir/collection of essays/mess of words I’m working on, or new short stories ideas. 453 more words

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St. Patrick's Day Samba

In an effort to get out and find low-cost things to do in Tokyo (my job gets a month’s labor from me before I get paid. 774 more words

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Overcoming cultural barriers as an expat (in South Korea)

Being an expat is fun. Being an outsider is tough.

It’s been ages since my last post. I lived in Europe for a few years, and returned several years ago to the same town in Korea, where I’m now raising a mixed-culture family. 1,456 more words

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