Personal Development

Settling into Korea, the Pyeongchang Olympics, and Holy Shit It’s Been a Year Since I Started This Blog

Settling into Korea, the Pyeongchang Olympics, and Holy Shit It’s Been a Year Since I Started This Blog

Finally! A couple months into moving to Korea I got a few seconds to myself to do some writing. A sneak peak into my life in Korea, featuring some food porn, some stories, and a reflection on attending the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

You’re Supposed to Be Scared.

You’re Supposed to Be Scared.

Fear is healthy, normal part of life. Everyone has it, but nobody really wants to talk about it.

How to Live In the Good Old Days Before They Actually Become the Good Old Days

How to Live In the Good Old Days Before They Actually Become the Good Old Days

“The reason people find it so hard to be happy is that they always see the past better than it was, the present worse than it is, and the future less resolved than it will be.”

The Infamous Vietnam Motorbike Crash

The Infamous Vietnam Motorbike Crash

How getting into a motorbike accident in Vietnam while traveling solo became one of the most amazing parts of my trip.

Finding Something That Makes You Love Being Busy.

Finding Something That Makes You Love Being Busy.

and not giving a fuck who resents you for it.

The End, the Beginning, and How Plans Fall Apart.

The End, the Beginning, and How Plans Fall Apart.

“If you’re reading this, you are lucky. The whole Universe had to conspire together for you to read this.”

Don’t Be Afraid to Be An Amateur.

Don’t Be Afraid to Be An Amateur.

It’s okay to be shitty at things. The only person you need to be better than is the person you were yesterday.

Distinguishing Real Talk From Small Talk.

Distinguishing Real Talk From Small Talk.

A shortcut to real talk – bypass all the small talk bullshit.

To the Woman Who Grabbed My Arm.

To the Woman Who Grabbed My Arm.

Is good business and good ethics inversely related? Put yourself in the other’s shoes before you judge.

Expect Magic In Every Encounter.

Expect Magic In Every Encounter.

What would 50-year-old-you tell you to do right now?