It’s safe to assume that no one chases conflict, unless you’re a narcissist. Yet, some of us respond to conflict better than others.
There’s nothing more human or humbling than the simple act of being wrong.
A reflection: Same questions about Korea, one year apart.
Without knowing when things will return to “normal,” I thought it would be useful to share the different solo activities you can enjoy in Korea that aren’t travel-related.
Since the national emergency declaration in mid-March, I’ve had friends and family sending more messages than usual. I appreciate the concern, but it feels misplaced.
Even with Leap Day, the month felt incredibly short, so I didn’t think I had a lot to say about February.
I recently watched Greta Gerwig’s 21st-century answer to the 1868 novel by Louisa May Alcott.
In response to a writing prompt asking to share “a lesson your grandpa taught you.”
This month, the days seemed to creep on and at times the world felt more chaotic than usual.
Ten years ago, I was just starting as a full-time college freshman at my local community college.