I’ve been learning so much about Korean culture since getting here, so I thought I would write about some cultural differences!! … More November 1: Cultural Differences
Hello friends! This past week in Korea was Chuseok holiday (think Korean Thanksgiving). We got three days off work to celebrate! I did a lot of things, including exploring a market area, checking out some of the big malls, playing basketball, eating lots of food, having a party at work, etc. Here are some photos … More October 3: Chuseok Week
1 month in Korea! … More September 16: 1 Month
I’m officially one week after being released from quarantine! Here’s my two part blog post all about my one week of living in South Korea. Part 1: My first week out of quarantine It’s been a wild week! I’ve hung out with a friend a few times, worked a full 5 days, and explored a … More September 7: 1 Week out of Quarantine
Hey friends, it’s me again. Still in quarantine. (I get released on Tuesday the 1st at noon.) So this week, I thought I would talk about what it feels like being in quarantine. Basically what comes to mind first is that I have no control in this situation. I’m stuck in a new apartment with … More August 31: Quarantine Week 2
I’m halfway done with quarantine, yay! Here’s what I’ve been doing: Day 1: Arrived in Korea. Only a partial day really. Day 2: I unpacked and lounged around all day. Surprisingly, jet lag isn’t bad at all. My boss texted me at 4 pm saying that I needed to get tested for Coronavirus, so he … More August 24: Quarantine Week 1
I left Minnesota for South Korea on August 17th at 8:30am. I flew through Detroit and landed in Seoul around 4pm. My flight was super empty, so everyone had a row to themselves with multiple empty rows in between. After landing, I had to go through a ton of checkpoints at the airport. I had … More August 18: Day 0 in Korea
I know I haven’t been back in MN for long, but I figured it was time to move again. … More August 3, 2020: The 5th move since the start of 2019.
Teaching online has become pretty common for a lot of people! Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom, a digital nomad, or just want to make some extra cash, teaching online can be great! Here are some things to consider before deciding if teaching online English is right for you! Do you have consistent wifi? Do you … More Is Teaching English Online Right for You?
The 3-day rule is not what you might think. You don’t have to wait 3-days after a date to call (just call). My 3-day traveling rule is this: When you’re backpacking (or traveling to multiple places on 1 trip), you should only spend 3 days in each city. Why? 3 days is the perfect amount of … More Traveling: The 3-day rule?