Here are a few of the ‘standard’ models used to discuss what culture is with a brief explanation of each model. Most IC trainers have a favorite model or two that they prefer or will use often, but this is generally a way to only begin the discussion.
My heart is heavy today.
These Ukrainians are my friends, neighbors, fellows in this life who were just going to work, having meals with their families and friends, hugging their children. Who’s to say they are not us. They are.
They deserve better than this.
What is the difference between Gaudi (the man) and Gaudy (the term)? Is the latter the origin of the former and, what does this have to do with culture?
Have you chosen a ‘word of the year’ to help guide your year before?
What do you think of it?
Do you find it helpful? Why or why not?
Read on to see why I chose one this year.
[°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”
What are some of the lessons I have learned living abroad? Read on to find out.
Yet another writing prompt, about Tolerance, for #virtualcampfire2021 over on Instagram – read an extended version of that post here.
This is prompt 3, of the Instagram #virtualcampfire2021 – Re-Entry & the New Normal…
#virtualcampfire2021, writing prompt number 2: The little things.
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…”