I wasn’t prepared for the level of…enthusiasm foreign men would have for these glamorous real-life Barbies, and not long after getting settled in a little voice inside began to say, “hey, what about me?
In his new book Baye McNeil gives a new meaning to the word “candid”. His every emotion – from joy to lust to heartbreak – is saturating the pages, and it’s addicting to read.
I can’t lie, before I moved this was one of things I was the most interested in/concerned about. Would I be able to date at all? or would this time in Japan just be one long dry spell?
Together, we’ve come up with a great collection of posts that will really make you think about life abroad, and life in general.
After a year you probably still won’t understand even half of what people are saying to you, and here’s why
Moved abroad and missing home? Follow the doctor’s orders and take these 8 pills. You’ll feel better in no time.
After listening to a recent lesson about all the different ways to say “thank you” in Japanese I found myself worrying about the best way to do it.
True story: It happened when I was out and about with a friend in Shinjuku.
I do enjoy my glamorous life here, but there are some things I could do without
Apparently, it is scientifically proven that I am one of the ugliest women on the planet.