Work in Progress

“In the best travel, disconnection is a necessity. Concentrate on where you are; do no back-home business; take no assignments; remain incommunicado; be scarce. It is a good thing that people don’t know where you are or how to find you. Keep in mind the country you are in. That’s the theory.”
–Paul Theroux

A human who loves the world, finds beauty in the unknown, and can't keep her feet on the ground. I like finding unique (and cheap) ways of making my way around the globe. Interacting with people while living, learning, and loving the culture I'm surrounded by.

the essentials

25 year old college grad with a degree in Elementary Education (and half a minor in SpEd). Blah blah blah. 

I love kids. Their innocence and curiosity inspires me. 
I love learning. Expanding my brain is a priority. I never want to stop learning. And one of my favorite ways to learn is through experiences. 
I enjoy a good challenge. It's hard to grow if you always take the easy way out, which has a lot to do with why I decided to uproot my life and move to Korea to teach English. I thrive for adventure and love being out of my element, it keeps me on my toes.

I'm a firm believer that the core of the universe is recreational - there is no answer to the big question. "What is the meaning of life?". We are here to play, love, make mistakes and learn from them, experience the world and try to be the best person we can be. One day at a time. That's my philosophy.

I have a sick obsession with The Beatles and collecting crystals. 

There isn't enough wine and cheese in Korea.

Eyebrows are important.

So is rambling.