5 things about living abroad: No turning back

Last year, some people shared a Thought Catalog post on 10 things about living abroad, there’s no turning back. I’m not a fan of TC’s material but they have good post ideas. This is my version. A little more concise and things that are relatable to my own experiences. I …

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It’s easier to be the one leaving?

“You’re leaving. I don’t want to go through the feeling where something’s missing.” She said. It’s easier to be the one leaving, someone else said to me. Where did this all sound so familiar? Oh yeah, my travel romance. But I most certainly did not agree that it’s easier to …

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Things I’ll look forward to in Vancouver

“What will you do first?” My friend asked me. “Take a shower.” was my smart-ass response. I hadn’t given it much thought. However, the first thing that comes to mind is probably food even if I don’t crave anything in particular. Good and cheap Japanese food, Hong Kong style cafes, …

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Being abroad: The stuff that nobody mentions

A lot of people think living and working abroad is all fun and games. And there are definitely lots of exciting things about it, but I’m going to talk about a few things that are seldom mentioned. You may be forgotten Friends come and go, but none so easily as …

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