Hi! It's been a while! Things had been so hectic the past few weeks as I ran around, running errand after errand, hoping to tie up all loose ends before heading over to Korea. I'm happy to say that I've been here for just a little over 2 weeks, and it's time to catch up … Continue reading Getting to Korea
Everything's pretty much set. All I have left to do is: pack, say my goodbyes, and pick up my visa. Things are going so quickly! I can't believe I only have about 4 weeks left before I'm sitting in my airbnb in Incheon. I'm unbelievably excited, but also a bit sad to leave behind my … Continue reading The Final Stretch! + Some Things I’m Worried About
So in my last post, I mentioned that I had just applied to teach English in South Korea. Since August, I: Waited Received an e-mail inviting me to partake in an interview Did my interview Freaked myself out thinking I wasn't eloquent enough during said interview (but lets be real i low-key knew i would … Continue reading Sooo… AM I LEAVING FOR KOREA OR NAH?
Teaching English in South Korea. I feel like it has been an extremely popular choice for many people out there in recent years. Remember back when I was having post-grad blues? Yeah, well after months of working at my current job, I've decided that I'm done with staying in this rut of going to work, … Continue reading Next Stop: Hopefully Korea?
I'm the type of person who needs to stay busy. Why? Because if I'm not busy, I tend to fall into slumps where, for weeks on end, every day becomes unproductive. I stay in this state for quite a while, until one day, I get the motivation to try to accomplish something.
There's no bigger frustration than not being able to remember what happened in my life. With 365 days to remember in a year, you start to forget the mundane things that happen. That's the reason why I started the "1 Second Everyday" project in 2015.
With the recent saucy-seafood-tossed-in-a-plastic-bag hype, I decided to venture down to North York to try out The Captain's Boil. I loved it and would absolutely go back for a round 2. For anyone who's skeptical about this trend or doing some research before going, please keep reading for some tips and tricks!
I'm at a point in my life where I feel very overwhelmed by society and the expectations that come along with being a new graduate. It seems like there are three options nowadays: Get a job. Go back to school. Travel.