I am no longer writing about our travels and expat lives here in Southeast Asia, but I wanted to give any future visitors an easy to find article that will show you how to find where we have been and how to contact us now. Even though I am not writing any new posts, I am still available for questions… Read more →
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Monday Montage: Time for Lunch
I am currently writing this while waiting to go to lunch. Where will we go? Ahhh… that is the eternal question in our house. There are so many amazing and inexpensive places that finally deciding on a place is so difficult (#firstworldproblems I know). I think we have finally come to a decision though and are on our way to… Read more →
3 Ways to Make Long-Term Travel Stressful
Chad, Z, and I have been living and traveling outside our home country of America for over two years now. The first year all we did was travel from place to place with no home base. During that time I learned some ways that I could make our travels stressful. It’s a special gift that I have, so I decided to share them… Read more →
Monday Montage: Nostalgia
Last week I was feeling thankful and this week, I am feeling nostalgic. I love being in Phuket, but sometimes miss the places we have visited before. Maybe I’m not so much missing the places we have been to, but the actual act of traveling on a larger scale than just a weekend/week here and there. So today I am… Read more →
Wednesday Write-Up: 201 Posts!
I know it may seem silly to celebrate 201 posts, but since I didn’t realize the milestone of writing about our adventures 200 times when I was publishing my post on Monday I thought I would just celebrate it as it is. In those 200 posts, we wrote about our beginnings, our travels, and how different and wonderful it was to… Read more →
Let’s Go To The Hop: A Writing Process Blog Hop
This week I was tagged in a Writing Process Blog Hop by the lovely, ever interesting, and thoughtful Terri at The Homeschooling Doctor. She is ever expanding my mind’s capability with her articles on eating and living with a whole foods lifestyle. She makes me reminisce about my homeschooled childhood with her articles on homeschooling her three (soon to be four) children. And… Read more →
Wednesday Write-Up: Memories Part 2
On Monday I started a week-long series sharing my favorite pictures from our travels in preparation for the new year. Mondays post encompassed our time traveling in the States, Curacao, Portugal, Disneyland Paris, and Budapest, Hungary. Today my post will be about the months of July to October, where we visited Greece and Taiwan. I have included links to my… Read more →
How Many Photos is Too Many?
Now that we are settled in Taipei for a bit, Chad and I are trying to get our flickr.com photo pages up to date and labeled. This may sound like a pretty simple task, but think about how many photos you take in a normal day (I mean who doesn’t post at least one picture of their kid or meal… Read more →
Travel Days Better Left Forgotten
It was our last day in Athens, Greece. We had left our island paradise of Drios, Paros Island, the day before so we could make our flight the next day to Taipei, Taiwan. We were prepared, or so we thought. It started out as a good day, the sun was shining, we were excited to go do some last minute… Read more →
My Own Greek Island Paradise
I have found my Greek Island. Admittedly, there are many other people here, locals and tourists alike, but I have decided that I want Paros to be my Greek island. There are 227 inhabited islands belonging to Greece, and over 1400 islands in all. So when Chad and I were trying to decide what island we wanted to visit, it… Read more →