Los Angeles. I looked out at the smog-clouded city and its diorama of street grids, freeways and moving car ants. Giant Hollywood film billboards dot buildings as a reminder of an urban succubus, wooing millions of young, aspiring artists to live out
If your dream is to travel and/or live abroad, then you must’ve asked yourself the question: How can I make money to travel or live abroad? I get it. I’ve
Well, I did it!
I went on my last-minute travel break and I survived it.
It was heaven.
… And stress.
Like life, booking travel abroad generally involves a fair bit of planning.
Or so I thought…
Last year, people asked me if I had a travel plans. What a ridiculous question– of course I had plans!
A few months at most… I’ll go back home just long enough to find another job to get me back to Korea.” That’s what I told myself. Returning to the U.S. was the furthest thing from my plan.
My Hindu astrologer in Dharamsala quoted a year. I had difficulty believing him. A year later,… the stars were right.
Here are 7 tips to Starting Over:
• Find a job… any job.
It doesn’t matter what your major or career was before you left.
Returning to the U.S. after two years abroad was the bravest move I could make.
It also occasionally has felt like the stupidest.
There’s only one fear which plagues the backseat of every gap year | long-term traveler| expat’s insecurity…
How did it feel being back in the U.S.? I’m going to be honest. It kinda blew.
The majority foreigners working in Korea teach English. As a foreigner, getting a job offer to teach a specialty aside from English is unlikely. Not impossible. It’s just not a job that you’ll find commonly posted for a foreigner.