Welcome to my online home. I'm glad you found me in this vast world of websites and blogs!
I started Worldly Girl Guide to share and connect with others around the world who:
I’m a 1.5-generation Korean-American, a 40-something Gen-Xer who grew up in the glorious gaudiness of the 80s (and typically lost generation early adulthood in the 90s, and full-time working mom at a non-profit organization. I’m a returned Peace Corps volunteer, former international humanitarian aid worker, and currently a desert dweller in the southwest of the United States of America. However, I’m forever a wanderluster that craves exploring new places, having unique experiences, learning about people and cultures (and especially eating different cuisines), and trying to do better in my daily life.
My goal with this blog is to connect with other like-minded folks to find your purpose, change the world, and live our best lives. While it may be easy in some respects with the U.S. being the so-called “Melting Pot”, it’s also challenging as we confront more racism and hate for being different more so than ever before.
Here are some facts about me that brought me here:
I have many stories to share but I also want to learn from all of you! I want this blog to be less about me and more about a community of multicultural moms, people who appreciate international travel, and want to do little things to make the world a better place.
I hope you will join me in this journey!