South Korea is the land of beauty and skincare. Korean beauty products are high quality, affordable, and abundant. So, it comes as no surprise to learn that I have added quite a few new items to my makeup bag since moving to Korea in February. Back in January, which feels like such a long time ago now, I put a…

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We’re halfway through 2017 (someone help me please, I’m not prepared for how fast time is going)…already! Which means I’m already a third of the way through my current work contract; a fact I’m having a hard time believing. May and June didn’t let up for me – they were equally as busy as March and April – and so…

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I’ve been having internet problems since moving to Korea. First, it was a problem with actually getting it, and now the problem is that I’m using it too quickly. This is probably because of the incessant scrolling of Instagram that I do during my breaks at work (and while I’m walking to and from work, and taking the subway, and…

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As a person blessed with thick thighs from my childhood of swimming three times a week (and my adolescence and early adulthood of eating whatever I could get my hands on that wasn’t a vegetable), I have tried many a method across the years to beat the dreaded inner-leg chafing caused by the sticky summer heat. Summer is already upon…

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South Korea is pretty famous for its café culture, and flower cafés are very popular here in Seoul. A few days ago, a friend tagged me in a photo of a pretty café on Facebook, saying that “we have to go!” So with the 6th of June being a national holiday for Memorial Day, we made plans to visit Arriate flower café…

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