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March 7, 2017 , 1 Comment

“I hope you find what you’re looking for,” the ticket agent said to me before we hung up the phone on that winter night in Atlanta in 2010. Pure joy […]

True Story: I’m a Recovering Expat

December 28, 2016 , 3 Comments

Editor’s Note: This should have been published on Dec. 15, 2016. I was hella sick so never published it on the actual one-year anniversary of su ...

What Being an Expat Taught Me About Life

July 12, 2016 , 2 Comments

  The photos flood my Facebook feed. They’ve been doing it for ages now, thanks to all the different ways memories are shared. Typically, I loo ...

Home: Las Vegas

January 5, 2016 , 6 Comments

Home: Las Vegas. It hits me when the sky gives way from black to a sea of glittering, golden lights. Some 20,000 feet below me is the Mojave Desert, w ...

  • What is Home?
    October 18, 2015 , 8 Comments

    Home, by definition, is the “place where one lives.” As a former corporate-world-woman, long-term traveler, and now a serial expat, home has been many places and continues to morph into [...]

  • When you go numb
    April 17, 2015 , 25 Comments

    There’s a pressure mounting in my veins. I can feel my heart race at night, before I go to sleep. The anxieties I fought so hard to quiet, surfacing and [...]

  • Chiang Mai Moments: The moto ride
    October 15, 2014 , 10 Comments

    Welcome to a new series on d travels ’round, Chiang Mai Moments. This series will profile small moments in time during my life  as an expat in Chiang Mai. The moments which normally [...]

  • When tragedy strikes the expat life
    March 3, 2013 , 32 Comments

    “D,” W says over the phone, hiccuping sobs, “J’s dad. He’s passed.” Muffled cries, inaudible words. “Oh my god,” I manage, feeling the pit of my stomach tighten and tears [...]

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