Chronicling Korea: Eating as a Community

Before coming to Korea, I never thought twice about eating alone. In a typical day, I have a very different schedule from that of my friends, and so naturally I would eat most or even all meals by myself. That just made sense. Here, however, it's a different story. In Korea, it can be seen … Continue reading Chronicling Korea: Eating as a Community

The One Where I’ve Been Here for Two Months

Two months. It's been almost exactly two months since I moved to Korea. I still feel like a mess, I still don't know what to do with myself half of the time, but, somehow, I think I'm getting my footing. Working a 9-5 (or, more specifically, 8:30-4:30) job has helped me find a routine, but … Continue reading The One Where I’ve Been Here for Two Months

“Yes I Can”

So I’ve moved countries…again. If you’re new here, I grew up in the sunny state of California, but at 18 I left home for Vancouver, Canada, where I went to university. I spent my third year abroad in Oslo, Norway, and that’s when I really spent time on this blog. I went back to Vancouver … Continue reading “Yes I Can”