I’m okay with returning home after living abroad. It took some processing and work to reach this point.
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I want to share those ideas with those who might find themselves in our situation. Here are eight lessons that I’ve picked up from life abroad.
Goodbye for now, Korea. You’ll be missed but I know you are never too far away.
We all know that saying about a great woman being behind every man, and here's our story.
I had to learn from hitting bottom in order to reach the top.
You’ll find the happiness that comes with time abroad or away. You’ll have a treasure trove full of memories. This is why you should travel.
They are all around and come in all forms, shapes, and sizes. These are the people you remember and remind you that we travel for the memories.
They give this time a reason to explain why we travel. I travel for the random meetings like this and hope they keep coming!
Happy Chuseok, Korea! I hope this time brings happiness upon you.
There are some other really good coffee shops in Yeosu but frankly, I love Cafe Imi best of all.