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Weirder Than Bangkok

“This is weirder than Bangkok,”  Rick mumbled and looked at me in disbelief as we stood in the middle of  Fred Meyer wondering where our full-to-the-brim shopping cart had gone.     864 more words

Culture Shock

I am working hard, even on Thanksgiving, trying to get Carrier A.C. Company to stay in the U.S. (Indiana). MAKING PROGRESS – Will know soon!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 24, 2016

5 Ways to Use Internet to Boost Your Job Search

The internet has changed the way we work and live. It has also created a huge impact on how we look for jobs. Many jobs are not even advertised on the newspaper anymore. 332 more words

Abroad Jobs


So now that I’ve been here in Thailand for about 12 weeks,  I like to consider myself more than a tourist. More than a traveler, even.   941 more words

Dude, Where's My Bike?

It started out as a usual workday on Kwaj with the 6am bugle call. Yes, I said both bugle call and 6am.  It’s an endearing reminder of living on a military installation, endearing only because it’s not really that loud and my salt-encrusted window, incapable of opening, keeps it muffled.  1,029 more words

Coastal Kwaj

Being on Kwajalein a little over 2 weeks now, I’m finding a nice balance between work, downtime and activities. And on an island 3 miles long and a half mile wide, many of these activities include beach or ocean. 342 more words


The Bikes of Kwajalein

Work vehicles of many shapes and sizes are used on Kwajalein, but it’s the bikes that first catch the eye.  Because no one has a personal car, everyone rides a bike — the young, the old, the athletic,  indoorsy, even the two pack a day smoker.  555 more words