Cambodia, Expat, Family, lifestyle, Personal, Phnom Penh, Travel, United States, Work



A departure.

The lust to wander is back full force and I don’t quite know what to do with this familiar feeling. It’s a bit of a chicken or the egg situation: I purchased a ticket for a brief stint (hopefully filled to the brim with work and collaborative ideas) back to Phnom Penh and since then haven’t been able to take my mind off getting out. Did the desire to make my way across the world again force me to finally buy a ticket or was it purchasing my flight that’s got me all riled up to go?

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Cambodia, Expat, Family, lifestyle, Personal, Phnom Penh, real estate, Travel, Uncategorized, United States, Work

The thrum.




I imagine the heavy thrum I hear when inside an airplane being similar to that of what a baby experiences in the womb.

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Personal, real estate, United States, Work



When I began my stint in real estate, people began saying one of two things:

  1. “Oh, it’ll be just like you’re on House Hunters!”
  2. “Don’t expect this to be like what you’ve seen on HGTV.”

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lifestyle, Personal, real estate, United States, Work

Open house.

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Take one look at my planner and you’ll understand why I’d like to schedule my coffee with you two weeks in advance (three weeks if it’s dinner), why my kitchen looks the way it does (horrible), and the reason I have to hit up the gas station every few days (thank the Lord for low petrol prices).

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