I’m a transplanted Canadian who has been living, working, and taking photographs in Asia since late 2000. Prior to beginning my one year expat adventure (now into year 17) I kept busy in corporate Canada. Back then my travel was primarily for business in Atlantic Canada and Quebec. I represented Butterworths Canada ( a division of Reed-Elsevier), CCH Canadian Limited (a division of Walter Klewer), and American Express.
When I hung up my corporate high heels in 2000, it was supposed to be for a year. The plan was to return, but of course, that hasn’t happened. I’ve discovered that I enjoy my expat working and traveling lifestyle. There are no plans to change that anytime soon.
To travel, I need time and money. I earned a Masters degree, and now I teach at the university level. Teaching affords me the time and means to support my traveling lifestyle. In addition to my teaching, I am a freelance writer. I have co-authored several TOEFL testing textbooks with Compass Publishing, and I’ve completed a number of ghostwriting projects. I am also available for freelance travel writing assignments.
My goal with this website is to provide readers with a first-hand account of my travel experiences. I hope to inspire other solo, boomer women to pack their suitcases and hit the road.
Right now, Indy and I are in Seoul, South Korea.
Send me a message if you have a question, and I’ll get back to you.