Living abroad will change you. Let me count the ways Korea has changed me… … More How Korea has changed me
When you’re a foreigner in Seoul, there are certain times where you just have to throw your hand up and think “wtf is happening right now.” Here is my list. … More #becauseKorea
In the time I have not been posting anything, I have traveled to Thighland (ba dum ch) and started a new job- which I have been at for over a month now. I never said I was perfect, all I said is that I would be worth it *hair flip. The last time I blogged … More Thighland part il
So I’m actually going to stay in Seoul. I hear you thinking “You’re so indecisive!”, “thanks for worrying me like that” etc. Well let me tell you something: I am the most indecisive person I’ve ever met, especially when faced with a serious, life-altering decision like this. Perfect example- I walk into Baskin Robbins in … More Psych!
At once I can’t believe I’m writing this post, and I’m relieved to be. For those who have kept in contact with me during the 6 months I’ve spent in Korea, you are probably aware that I’ve decided to move to Thailand. As of late, I haven’t been posting as frequently as I would like … More Why I’m moving to Bangkok / My semi colon project
Since I’ve been in Korea I’ve felt more alive in these 2 short months than I ever have. I took the red pill, and haven’t regretted staying in wonderland for a second. I want to see just how deep the rabbit hole goes- which is more than I can say for Cypher! Seriously, I’m so … More Molly Rose and the Holy Buddhist Temple
I’ve been in Korea just shy of 2 months now, and I’m turning 26 next week. These are some experiences and moments in time that really make you stop and think some profoundly beautiful thoughts. Like, the person you used to be and the person you’re becoming. Where you were, where you think you’re going … More Tea not coffee??!