Archive for Category: "working abroad"
This Thanksgiving, I traded in the turkey and sweet potatoes for a “degustazione” in Milan. The Italian tasting made me thankful for the chance to try new things
While living in South Korea, I’ve fallen for Taekwondo and now practice it six days a week. Though it’s given me tons of injuries, there are many more reasons why I’m not giving it up–even after I get my black belt
Despite Pashupatinath’s smoke, tourists, and locals charging for photographs, Pashupatinath turned out to be a relaxing and fascinating site. One of Nepal’s holiest Hindu temples, it gave my partner and me a glimpse into Nepal’s religious life
‘You love writing…. so why aren’t you a writer?’ This was question I had asked myself hundreds, if not thousands of times over the years. My answers were weak excuses.
I always find it an amusing and somewhat interesting phenomenon when I get a song stuck in my head. The other afternoon, for example, I had “Get Back” by The Beatles playing on a loop. Most days I have no idea why my brain seems to choose a particular song to play on repeat but on this particular day it seemed quite fitting that my subconscious had selected this song, given the event that had unfolded on the tram that morning