Letting Go with Chronic Illness – Learn to accept what you need and don’t need with chronic illness. Growth comes from making room for new things.
I started writing about the Banqiao Christmas light show in 2012, now known as Christmasland. This is our fifth year attending and the second year we were invited on behalf of the New Taipei City Government.
If there’s one thing you should see when you are visiting Taiwan in February and March, it’s the Yangmingshan Flower Festival. There’s no need to go to Japan to see the cherry blossoms when you can view them from Taipei’s backyard.
It’s exciting when someone visits us in Taiwan. Seeing Taiwan through someone’s eyes for the first time is rewarding, especially when it’s your sister.
This is our ninth Chinese New Year in Taiwan. Last year was the Horse’s year to speed off and accomplish things. This year, the goat reminds us to appreciate what we’ve accomplished.
Leisl Beckenstein Ray, a fellow Taipei expat and blogger at Pretty Random Things, nominated me to participate in the ABCs of Travel. Travel, my friends, is what My Several Worlds is all about!
My favorite moments of 2010 from Taiwan to an epic summer road trip in Canada, and on to Shanghai, China and Georgia.
Today marks my first week back on North American soil…
Today is the second day of the second decade in a new millennium. It seems like a most auspicious date to reflect on 2009 and focus on my resolutions and goals for 2010.
Summer is winding to an end. John’s mom, Moira, joined us a few weeks ago and we’ve been on vacation for the last week. Thanks to all of you who wrote or called to find out if we were OK after Typhoon Morakot touched down. We didn’t hear about most of the destruction and devastation […]