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Writer. Traveler. Tea Drinker.

I started this blog as a place to write down my observations and thoughts as I live and explore a new culture. But more than that bloggers have helped me in many aspects of my life (budget bloggers, travel bloggers, entrepreneur bloggers) and I wanted to pay it forward. I have learned a lot about teaching in china, traveling and just living the life of my own choosing. I thought I could share my experiences and information and hopefully inspire people as other have done for me.

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Most Recent Posts from Writer. Traveler. Tea Drinker.

Suddenly I Hate Xiamen

So you know how I was living in this bubble of perfect days, with perfect friends and perfect food and perfect fun? Well, that bubble just popped. No, my friends are still fun and amazing, the food is off-the-charts delicious and everyday has a million fun activities. But now I don’t want to do anything … Continue reading »

Posted on 26 May 2015 | 2:27 am

I’m on a Podcast

OMG, I was interviewed and now I’m officially on a podcast! I haven’t been brave enough to listen to it, but hopefully you don’t hate hearing my voice as much as I do, so feel free to have a listen. It was supposed to be a quick half-hour interview but Stefan (the host) and I … Continue reading »

Posted on 19 May 2015 | 2:53 am

Going to the American Embassy

I’ve been to more than 20 countries and have lived outside America for more than 7 years total in my life, and yet I have never found the need to go to an American embassy. Luckily I have never been in a place with political turmoil in which I needed to be rescued, nor been … Continue reading »

Posted on 17 May 2015 | 12:26 am

Thought on Aging (with a Babyface)

My whole life, age has been a problem. Not because I wish for my youth or long for the days when I was smooth skinned and young looking. It’s the exact opposite. I have always looked young for my age. In high school, people thought I was in middle school. In college, they thought I … Continue reading »

Posted on 9 May 2015 | 1:18 pm

Going “Home”

After six years in China (and 12 holidays in which to travel) I finally filled up my passport. Even the last two “endorsement” pages is filled with visas, stamps and residence permits. Before the school can re-hire me I have to get more pages added.  (Fun fact: Americans will no longer be able to add … Continue reading »

Posted on 29 April 2015 | 1:26 pm

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