I’ve been very fortunate in that in my office, we have our own personal heater/air conditioner. My main coteacher and I keep it at whatever temperature we want, and the principal never comes to our office. If he did, I’m sure he would tell us to turn it off. […]
The Seoul Metro is one of my favorite things about living in Korea (especially coming from Detroit where public transport is virtually non existent), so I decided to make a simple graphic on the 19 subway lines, their length, and the year they opened. It was pretty interesting researching […]
This is just how I’ve come to experience the weather since living here. Some people love it, some people hate it. Korea’s weather is pretty similar to my hometown of Detroit, except for the humidity. We can get humid days back in Detroit, but every few days, usually a […]
I have a Macbook, so internet banking is basically impossible with my bank. I think one or two banks are compatible with Macs, but I’m not completely sure. I long for the day when Active X, Internet Explorer, and Windows XP are not the standard here.
Yes…this is completely true. I’ve adapted pretty easily to life here. Some people have had different experiences, but I’ve been cool. It was an adjustment of course, and I still get irked because of cultural differences, BUT ALL I WANT IS SOME DAMN REESE’S CUPS…on a consistent basis. Actually […]