When I was fourteen years old I started playing bass guitar, and I fell in love with it. That was it. I thought I’d make my living playing bass. I saw myself going all the way, getting famous with my band, making history with my band. For the next ten years I played in the … Continue reading What Drives You?
At the risk of sounding very pretentious, I’ve been putting a lot of work into that novel I’m writing. It’s an extremely self-motivated endeavor, the type of thing people don’t tend to give a shit about, like a newly-weds’ wedding website, or starting a spoon-art collection. Saying that you’re writing a novel is a good … Continue reading So…How’s that novel coming?
We’ve arrived in Cheonan and begun our lives as online English tutors--freelance conversationalists is the name I prefer. The way it works is: the website, Cafetalk, acts as a middleman, connecting students to teachers. The students pay for points, and the tutors are paid in those points, which translate into whatever currency you like. Through … Continue reading Freelance Conversationalism