Groundhog Day

I know I am publishing this well past February 2nd, but still think it is culturally relevant, especially in 2022… During the pandemic, at least in the English-speaking western world “Groundhog Day” the popular 1993 film became a shorthand joke for how we’re all supposed to get out of this Corona wave loop. Do youContinue reading “Groundhog Day”

A six word story about ME

[°This is prompt 6 in the #virtualcampfire2021 November writing series hosted by @chameleon_coaching & @southboundstories. “I’m a verbose, life-improvement in process.” Me If you have seen my other posts you know by now that I have a lot to say. We all know that it is your choice to read any or all of itContinue reading “A six word story about ME”

An attempted rounded view of American Thanksgiving

American Thanksgiving has a rich, but controversial history. It is a Day of Mourning for Native Americans. Read on to learn more about this ‘classic’ colonial American Holiday.

This is me…

Over on Instagram (@AmidreamEU), Christina Kapaun @southboundstories  and Annyka Overton @chameleoncoaching created a series of writing prompts (#virtualcampfire2021) for ex-pats to share over the course of November. I am a bit of a sucker for a community-minded activity and for writing prompts, so I decided to participate. So, this is me. Hello! 👩🏻 My name is Christina.Continue reading “This is me…”

Using the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity to understand the United States

Inspiration and education can come from anywhere. Here, I felt inspired by a webinar to put my complex thoughts to print.