I admit, my life is filled w gratitude stories from many corners. I realized I should share and write about them more. More often than not, the world is a friendly place. And I work damn hard at guiding my own child with that in mind. It's a balance. There have been times where I've … Continue reading Reason #@&$*!?€¢£¥ to be Grateful: What’s Happening in KL
Technically we don't have a home of our own just yet. We've been staying with family members in North and South of Taiwan and at Bed and Breakfast accommodations on the East Coast. Our 18 days across the East coast in March has been eye-opening and has allowed us to see the possibilities of being … Continue reading Our New Home
If you are in the planning phase and fretting about where to stay in Chiang Mai, don't fret. Please don 't fret. Read my post with a very creative title of "Where to Stay in Chiang Mai" because you're not alone. This is the most popular question we receive from travelers. The question "What to … Continue reading The Other Famous Question: What To Do In Chiang Mai, Thailand
When people talk about Thailand, they talk about Bangkok and the beaches. I first came to this beautiful city of Chiang Mai back in early 2008 with my mother knowing very little about it. It was a side trip from Burma and our Pilgrimage in India. My first trip to the northern Thailand had more … Continue reading The Famous Question: Where to Stay in Chiang Mai, Thailand
This post has been moved to Chili~Lime~Garlic! We Say NO to Status Quo. Live Small. Live Green. Give Large. Take Little. Take Notice. Take Action.
I love food and maybe my series on All Kinds of Yummy Food may have hinted that a wee bit! Two years ago when I came to Chiang Mai with my mother, the monks at Wat Si Moon (a Burmese temple) near Chiang Mai gate told us to go eat at a nearby small … Continue reading What In The World Is ‘Kow Ku Kapeet’?
Thanks Cath for sharing our story with your readers. We are very humbled by the very idea of being interviewed :-). Friends, be sure to check out Agile Living : Strategies for thriving through change and uncertainty over at Cath's website http://www.mineyourresources.com Live Small. Give Large: An Interview GotPassport.org 1. So tell us your … Continue reading Our First Interview at Agile Living with Cath Duncun: How We Collect Experiences with Our Daughter