Inspiration | November 7

Inspiration November 7

I had a few different obsessions this week. One of them was itinerary ideas for a 2-month-ish trips to South East Asia, which was so fun to research. This article was awesome, although I probably wouldn’t follow his recommendations to a T. This other great article gave more flexible suggestions and lots of practical information.

Of course if I’m back on trip planning, I have my spreadsheet started and my packing list on the go (another of this week’s obsessions). I really liked this packing list for a round-the-world trip, and this one for digital nomads. This one was awesome too (and very detailed).

I think momondo is my new favourite website for finding cheap, short flights.

Since I live in Korea and see couples in matching outfits all the time, I thought this video explaining the phenomenon was fascinating and really well done.

The new A Beautiful Mess shop is so cool! I love all their new products.

I would love some squash toasts right about now.

This article about being a tourist in North Korea was fascinating.

I picked up some interesting ideas from this mini tutorial about editing photos on your phone.

I was strongly considering doing the teaching assistant program in France this week, and this blog post was quite a help while I was researching the whole thing. As it stands now, I don’t think I’ll do the program (though still may move to France!) but the article was helpful anyways.

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There are so many exciting things on the horizon it’s hard to keep them all straight in my head. As my mom says, I have a hamster brain at the moment, the wheels are always turning a thousand times a minute and new ideas are popping in all the time. It’s crazy how quickly I am running through things and switching off from one thing to the next. I’m excited it’s Friday. I’m happy for the weekend. Have an amazing one yourself!

5 thoughts on “Inspiration | November 7”

  1. The France Teaching Assistant Program sounds really interesting, I wanted to send it to my sister but when I looked on their website it says you need to be a U.S. citizen to be eligible: CITIZENSHIP: Candidates must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Foreign nationals with a U.S. Green Card may only apply.

    Have you heard of Canadians being eligible for this program? Let me know, because I think my sister would really love doing this after she graduates if she can!

  2. Just discovered your blog through the link you included to my southeast asia post. I gave it a bit of an overhaul today and created some maps as well, which might be worth checking out. I’m enjoying browsing your blog as you’ve curated a lot of interesting and inspirational stuff, so will keep following! Hope you’re enjoying the expat ESL life. :)

    1. Hey Marek! Thanks for your comment. Yes!! The map was completely worth checking out! Your site is so inspirational, it has been such a massive help as I plan my trip. I was so excited to see your comment – I’m flattered you like my blog too. :) Thanks for creating so much awesome content.

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