“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” — Maya Angelou

I love this quote from Maya Angelou because it reminds me that everyone is on a different point in their own unique journey. ... but sometimes I still think some people are just trying to piss me off! 😉

Let’s Go Exploring! Rotterdam: The High of FI – Millennial Revolution

I knew Kristy & Bryce had a sense of humor, but this is hilarious! --Lane Beck, Mar 15, 2018, San Diego, CA Let's Go Exploring! Rotterdam: The High of FI - Millennial Revolution — Read on http://www.millennial-revolution.com/freedom/travel-series/rotterdamandshrooms/

The Struggle Is Real

It was drizzling rain and 60 degrees F in San Diego today, folks. Winter is here. The struggle is real. #SanDiegoHumour

Thoughts On… Size Matters – When Do I Get The Manual?


Expat Speak

Wine and Cheese (Doodles)

Pristine gym shoes and undented lunch boxes aren’t the only sign of a new school year. At an international school like the one my kids attend, there is also a sea of new faces, a phalanx of new germs, and, if you put in the effort, the opportunity to make new friends.

Meet and greets are a commonplace enough at the beginning of the year. I always think those suckers are like expat speed dating, but with caffeine in lieu of wine. But don’t be fooled. You can learn a lot more than a just a name to put to the person mainlining coffee across from you.

With any group of a feather that flocks together the conversation usually follows a loose script. When Brits get together they ask about the weather. With new moms the questions are usually about how much sleep you’re getting. Expats are no different. We…

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I laughed. I laughed so hard I cried. With each line, I laughed more until I could barely breathe! Quinn delivers once again! A must read!

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