Saigon-based writer sharing learnings on living globally, simply, and with financial freedom
Hello! I am Wendy, a first-generation Taiwanese-American transplanted from Taichung, Taiwan to St. Charles, Missouri back in 1998, when the wanderlust spirit sprouted. With a classic Tiger Mom upbringing, I had ticked all the boxes of a fancy degree and an even fancier job. Yet, a year ago, my husband and I minimized our lives, walked away from corporate jobs to change things up a bit. We globetrotted for a year, missed a well-stocked kitchen and a community, so we moved to Ho Chi Minh City for a new adventure.
This blog centers around my experiences abroad, and my journey to a simpler life. It documents stories from my days in the Peace Corps, grad school, 5 years of corporate grind in Shanghai, our current life in Saigon, and of course, all the wandering in between. I write, to pay-it-forward, and I hope you find these stories amusing and the resources useful.
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Learnings from a journey to live more simply, including obtaining financial freedom in order to lead a meaningful life.
Stories and resources from my own journey to 40+ countires. Also curate helpful tips from across the blogosphere that I encounter.
As I settle into live in Saigon, I share learnings along the way, highlight all that this busy city has to offer, and hopefully some useful tips!
Musing on experiences as a multicultural person, and exploring how we can coexist more peacefully.