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Here’s how I dealt with getting the dreaded illness in Thailand.

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The truth about maintaining long-distance friendships.

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Being an ESL teacher in Novosibirsk means working with students of all ages.

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What does it really look like when you decide to move overseas?

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Casting directors, agencies, production companies and theatres. You name it, I researched it.

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Roadblocks that I've encountered re-establishing my life abroad. 

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One month in Siem Reap turned into three. Now, my whole future has changed. 
Friends: We all need them, but getting them overseas can be tricky. 

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Understanding basic personal pronouns can teach you far more about Vietnam than you might imagine. 

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What happens when living abroad isn't rewarding anymore—and how do you know when to call it quits? 

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My favourite must-do activities in Novosibirsk, Russia.

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Making friends with expats has its downfalls, but I still do it. Here's why. 
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