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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Moving abroad changes people in interesting ways. The way you greet people in shops, the way you act around your friends, the way you eat, what you eat, when you eat; your lifestyle changes. Your interests and tastes also change. You start to like things that you wouldn’t ordinarily take an interest in. And oh boy, has this ever happened…

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Living abroad is all fun and games until the equal measures of excitement and guilt run you into the ground.…

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