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Ways to Get Connected While Living Abroad

When you’re living in a country that’s so homogeneous it’s people took note when the foreign population jumped from 1% to 3% it’s easy to feel like you’re fighting a losing battle in terms of “fitting in” with the country and culture around you. 1,554 more words


So You Want To Live Abroad As An ESL Teacher

The following advice is based off my experience living abroad in a small city in Morocco. These are things I wish I had known or what I wish I had brought with me in the beginning. 717 more words


Why I left London

If you’ve read my blog post about moving to London, you’d know that I actually never planned on moving to the British capital in the first place and that I didn’t think I would stay there as long as I did. 1,649 more words


Life in Peru - Written Version

My life in Peru has really change me as a person in all aspects.  I am American born and raised from the awesome state of Alaska.  664 more words


Hanoi, and the beauty in small things

It’s time to talk about Hanoi.

About a life lived in fragments, about the fragments of planes, and even of planes which left lives in fragments. 555 more words


A Farang's Guide on how to be more Thai (in Bangkok)

When you move to a new place you kind of want to adapt to the culture. As independent and self-confident one might be, we all desire to fit in, right? 976 more words


Things making me smile today

I’ve written a couple of these before! See one here and two here

Small moments catching my attention.

  1. Black-and-white chequered hallway tiles
  2. Fat rain plopping pale puddles on the driveway…
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