The time has come for us to debunk a few old wives tales that have been passed down for generations. For example, I was taught that if you put your purse on the floor, you won't have any money. If you go outside with no clothes on, you'll catch pneumonia in your ass (a direct quote from my mother, by the way). And I also learned that if you don't run your chicken under some water before you cook it, you just might die.
Graduation season is a bittersweet time that we don't quite know how to feel about until the fateful day when we remove our training wheels, walk across the stage and truly become the masters of our future. Along with saying goodbye to claustrophobic dorm rooms and early morning classes, we also are forced to take a hard look at what we plan to do with our lives, and if you were anything like me as a grad, you had no f*cking clue.
I moved to Vietnam in April 2014 from South Korea to teach English.
After living in Korea for two years, and adopting a Korean skin care routine, my skin was pretty flawless. But after my move, my skin rebelled, and I had one of the worst breakouts I'd ever had. Enter my new issues with hyperpigmentation.