The mountains make my heart sing. John Muir quotes seem to have become ubiquitous on the internet, popping up almost daily in my various social media outlets. Despite Muir’s words teetering on the precipice of becoming the next Internet meme, his words best encapsulate how… Read More
The first few months of being thrown into a wildly new environment are always challenging, even under the best of circumstances. Just as you’re about to give up, the tide begins to turn (pardon the cheese). Moving to Seoul from San Francisco was harsh. In… Read More
The clouds parted and the St. Patrick’s gods granted us with sunshine, the first decently warm day of the year and, thankfully, cheap, green, Korean beer. My coworker, Ashlyn, and I were decked out from head to toe in over-enthusiastically festive duds. We headed to… Read More
Some teachers complain that we live too far away from the hot spots of Seoul. We live in the ghetto. There’s nothing to do. There are no foreigners. It sucks. I would completely disagree. As the weather warms up, I am eternally, exponentially grateful to… Read More
Tilt shift photograph of Jeongneung, my small neighborhood in Seoul, from Global Grasshopper. Nice.