Talking with Expats: Christina

Purchasing a TEFL course through the link here will result in us receiving compensation. We appreciate you trusting our opinion on the products that will help you teach and travel in 2020! Before I became completely overwhelmed with the end of my teaching semester and my graduate school semester, I was talking to some different…

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Vegetarian Kitchen

Vegetarian in Korea: What I Keep in my Kitchen

Christine in Korea is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. Being vegetarian in Korea means that I cook a lot. While a lot of expats go out to eat pretty regularly…

January Update: Where I’ve Been and What I’ve Been Doing

January has been quite a crazy month for me, and I have to admit, I haven't been able to dedicate as much time to blogging as I would have liked. Amid all the winter camp chaos and using my weekends to catch up on everything I wasn't able to do during the week, I had…

Minimalism Challenge: Week One

I've written about minimalism a few times before, noting that my inspiration to live a more minimal and meaningful life began back in February after watching a documentary from┬áThe Minimalists on Netflix. Before moving to Korea, I sold, donated, and got rid of 90% of my possessions, but after watching some minimalism videos on YouTube…