The month of peace and goodwill is often, in reality, the most manic of them all. Physically and mentally. Dealing with logistics and family and supersize servings of food and drink while also, in your own quiet time, reflecting over the past year and the items that have not been ticked off your to-do list … More Just in time for December
What does it say about it all when some women choose to post this tag on the form of social media where they are the most anonymous? I have seen several posts with the #metoo tag where women speak out about how they wanted to join the dialogue and make a point, but didn’t want … More On yesterday’s #metoo…
I am but a rookie in this field, but at least I’ve made a start. Here are some thoughts, partially as a reminder to myself, should I manage to continue working in this field and forget what it was like to start out: I love it. Managing time around the ebb and flow of productivity … More Thoughts on Translation and Freelancing… and Freelance Translation
… out squeezing out the last of summer.
With July being that much colder than June, some days were spent indoors, with indoorsy projects. Behold! A fruity, floaty summer top. If only summer would come back. #sewing #diy A post shared by J-O Song (@jsong1085) on Jul 19, 2017 at 5:05am PDT Tiny #sewing. #diy #coulddobetter A post shared by J-O … More Summer?
Age is a number, but never a limit. Unless you make it so, or want it to be. (E.g. “I’m too old to handle a hostel dorm! I’ll just book a hotel instead…”) That being said, (prospective) undergraduates these days feel so incredibly young. As somebody who worked a UG open day event the other … More Observations to Round Out My Month of Birth
…passed by as I was looking another way. But what else is new? However, something that I am working on, for myself and for those around me, is to simply be aware of mental health. Not just for a month every year, but always. For those of us who are young enough to be faced … More Mental Health Awareness Month…