An Expat Goes Home

On February 25, my teaching contract in South Korea ends. On February 26, I’ll be on a flight to Tokyo to spend two days there (because in case you didn’t know, Tokyo is expensive and even two days can drain the bank account) before flying to Denver to stay with my sister for a week […]


An Expat’s View of American Politics: Presidential Edition

Oh yes, the presidential election year. When you’re a news and political junkie like me, it’s like the Olympics and college football season for your brain. You go through all the physical reactions of watching sports; you pace, you scream at the television or radio. You scream for joy and then you turn off the […]