HELLO! I'm finally feeling like I've settled into a routine and have some down time to actually write this post. Let me fill you in on what's been happening on this side of the world during my 1st month of teaching! Milestones Mar 1: successfully took a taxi home for the first time in Korea … Continue reading MARCH ’18 in KOREA.
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.