[food] Everest deliciousness

Korean curry. Japanese curry. Thai curry. Those are the golden trio of curries you’ll find normally on the main streets of Seoul. Delicious? Yes. But for me, these aren’t curries. When you tell me about curry the first thought that comes to mind is the aroma of a good channa masala or a sag paneer……

[recipe] Peppermint Thoughts

Many of you don’t actually know what I do (did?) for a living… a freelance corporate instructor. Don’t know what that is? That’s ok, I don’t get it sometimes either. But basically, it means different companies hire me for different amounts of time to teach their employees. Most of the time it’s Business English, but…

Why I run

I didn’t start running until I was in my early twenties. In fact, I never liked exercising until college. After I broke up with my ex-boyfriend my freshman year, I moped around until sophomore year when I decided to hit the gym and try out this thing people call “adrenaline.” I was hooked on the…

[food] Oido clam bake

Well, at least this time I didn’t take a few months to write another blogpost – it’s only been a couple (?) of weeks, right? Around August I came back from Cambodia (oh yeah, I went to Cambodia! More on that another time), and was really feeling the heaviness and the frustrations of the crowds…

It’s that time of year again

I love this time of the year. The leaves crunch under my feet, and it feels like hot chocolate… you know that feeling. One of the perks of living in Seoul is that you actually get to experience Fall and Winter transitions and the boot-lover in me can’t get enough of it. I’m one of…

#realworldtalk

So aside from my very vague “note to self” – why have I been MIA for the past 5 months? Well, maybe it was because I was in a relationship that ultimately ended, or that because of the aforementioned relationship, I was in a very lonely place… or that even during the relationship I was…