Free Resources

My Decade Living with IBS-D (E-book)

My Decade Living with IBS-D Cover ImageFor over a decade I suffered from IBS-D. My digestive health is now restored, but I went through several transformations along the way—changes in my perspective on the Western medical system, the role of food in our lives, as well as many other thought-shifts which ultimately resulted in habit changes –> health improvement.

>>Read the full PDF here.

How to Make a Personal Compass (Zine)

How to Make a Personal Compass - Zine

This mini-book zine walks you through the steps to making your own personal compass.

Simply print it off, make two cuts and fold (like this), and start using!

>>Here’s the printable PDF.

Self-permission Cards (Printable)

Self-permission cards - to create, explore, and share

Sometimes it can help to give ourselves permission to do things which society taught us to be “bad” or “unproductive”—like failing or creating for fun.

This template of eight different cards will allow you to give yourself permission to create, explore, share, try, fail, be rejected, and to unapologetically be yourself.

Print it out and use the already-made cards, or use the blank template to come up with your own phrases!

>>The PDF templates are here.

Resources for Purchase

The Beginner’s Guide to Korean Food and Restaurants ($12)

Korean Food and Restaurants GuideFrom traditional to street food, this 46-page practical beginner’s guide to Korean food and restaurants will help you feel comfortable ordering and eating meals in South Korea.

It’s the guide I wish I’d had when I first moved there, loaded with the language, inside tips, and confidence that will help you enjoy memorable meals from day one.

>>Grab your own copy here.

Also from my days teaching English in Korea, I have lesson plans (including all resources—worksheets, handouts, PowerPoint presentations, etc.) for two summer/winter English camps:

Complete Lesson Plans for 2-week English Camp “It’s a Small World” ($7)

“It’s a Small World” is an interactive elementary English camp for grades 3-6 where kids explore a new country each day (passports in hand, of course!), through various cultural activities and games.

Complete Lesson Plans for 2-week English Camp “Royal Mystery” ($7)

“Royal Mystery” is a fun elementary English camp for grades 3-6 with a castle theme during the first week and a detective theme during the second week.