I Moved! (and other updates)

Life has been a little crazy the past few months. In July, I was busy packing and preparing for my move to Fukuoka City. I found a job here and came towards the end of the month to set everything up and find an apartment. Then in August, my ALT job officially ended, and I spent a few days hanging out with friends before I left for Tokyo for job training.

I had tons of going away parties and cried so much. Kagoshima is a huge part of me, because I grew up down there. Many amazing and important experiences will keep me from ever forgetting that place. But life must go on! I went to Tokyo for three weeks for training and lived that entire time in a tiny hotel with no friends. I did meet some great people at training, and I hope we’ll see each other again, but being in Tokyo was not all fun for me. Everything is so close together, and there are so many people that sometimes I felt like I literally couldn’t breathe. Thankfully, all of that is over now, and I’ve officially moved to Fukuoka. Yay!

Last International Party

Last International Party

My fav kids haha

My fav kids haha

I love it here so far. My apartment is coming together nicely, I’m meeting people and having fun, and a lot of things are changing for the better. Since I don’t have to eat school lunch or go to work parties all the time anymore, I’ve decided to commit to being a vegan. So far it’s been a bit rough, because I didn’t have a refrigerator for a week and people keep bringing delicious foods to work. So for now I’m vowing to not eat any animal products at home, but being full-time vegan may take some time. I’m definitely trying though. I’ve wanted to do this for a long time, and now seems to be the perfect time to do it.

I don’t have much else to say right now. It will take me some time to get fully established, but once I do, I’ll be posting a lot more pictures and adventure stories! Thanks for sticking around!

my new home

my new home

beautiful Fukuoka

beautiful Fukuoka


2 thoughts on “I Moved! (and other updates)

  1. I’ve been following your blog for awhile. My son, DIL and GS live in Kagoshima-shi. He was a JET for five years and now has a new job and young son. Hope all goes well for you in you new adventure. Are you teaching?

    • I was a JET for 3 years in rural Kagoshima, and now I work for an English day care/school.

      I might know of your son actually. It’s a small community down there haha

      Thank you so much for reading!

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