Since Valentine’s Day is a mere week away, I thought I would share with my readers how I found my spiritual soul mate. I’m not sure that it’s one of the most conventional ways to find true love, but it’s certainly the way that I found it.
At first glance, you may do a double-take and think that this article about remembering Hedgehog Day is a bunch of hooey. Maybe it is and maybe it isn't, but I don't think there are many that would argue that hedgehogs are wayyy cuter than a groundhog named Punxsutawney Phi!
...I made three resolutions: spend more time doing the things I like to do, get more organized, and not let work absolutely consume me. The resolution I really should have made is not to make anymore new year resolutions!
Since we’re on the brink of one of the biggest gift-giving holidays of the year, let’s just address the yearly dilemma of whether to return gifts or keep them head on. Every year, across the world, people receive Christmas gifts that are either hideous, not useful, the wrong size, or just plain make you think, “What on earth were they thinking?”
The subject of this post may seem a bit odd but I assure you, that Korean gift giving etiquette and practices are a "thing". I am half Korean and since my mother was a first-generation immigrant to the states, many of her Korean customs were instilled in me throughout my childhood.