As of today, Myanmar has confirmed 8 cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus). I expect those numbers to bloom as time goes on. But this isn't about 'Rona...this post is about me. I'm okay (mostly). I know that family and friends were very concerned with me being here in Asia given everything that's on the news nonstop… Continue reading Covid-19 and Grieving the Future
Moving abroad is of course an exciting adventure, learning about a new city, culture, language, adapting work...it feels a little like going off to college. A lot people's college days were filled with endless studying but also parties. But only this time, you have actual money to spend. Living and working abroad for me (right… Continue reading Arrested Development or Extended Adolescence?
There's a saying that you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. I also like this scripture: He who walks with the wise grows wise, but a companion of fools suffers harms.Proverbs 13:20 NIV And whether you're trying to build a successful business or just get your life together,… Continue reading The People You Need To Be Successful
2020 is feeling like the start from hell tbh. Between the myriad of natural disasters, plane crashes, coronavirus and loss of many loved ones, it’s hella rough. So before I dive into my random, remember to treat pain with tenderness. In the midst of seeing so many mourn the loss of Kobe Bryant, his daughter… Continue reading The Holders of Forgiveness
Do you ever talk with someone who has so many great ideas and business concepts, who would thrive as an entrepreneur but then they never do anything with their ideas? I do. I am someone. Someone is me. Me is someone. I know I'm not alone so this is for all of we out there.… Continue reading The Great Divide: Thinking to Doing
In my late teens early twenties, my cousin used to tease me for watching so many “white people shows”. I loved me some One Tree Hill, Hart of Dixie and all the other CW shows about small town life. I grew up in a small town (600 people) so I connected with the quaint, simplicity… Continue reading Other Black Stories
One of the things I enjoy the most about living here in Yangon is probably the fact that food is so inexpensive. For the most part, if you stick with buying produce that are local or in season, it is pretty cheap. The more westernized the food product, the more expensive it is. Here are… Continue reading Cheap Eats and Why I Don’t Cook Much These Days