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alexandra

couldn't you just say "no" to a life of work that you've been sentenced to ? - no matter how hard that may seem, sometimes we chose to be slaves of things and concepts and you seem to be undescribably rich with experience of your travels and discoveries
keep that way of looking at the world
that surrounds you

alexandra

couldn't you just say "no" to a life of work that you've been sentenced to ? - no matter how hard that may seem, sometimes we chose to be slaves of things and concepts and you seem to be undescribably rich with experience of your travels and discoveries
keep that way of looking at the world
that surrounds you

alexandra

couldn't you just say "no" to a life of work that you've been sentenced to ? - no matter how hard that may seem, sometimes we chose to be slaves of things and concepts and you seem to be undescribably rich with experience of your travels and discoveries
keep that way of looking at the world
that surrounds you

Dee

Your site is very entertaining.

Dee

Your site was very entertaining.

Sexxy Jimmy

Believe me I know how you feel. I miss Japan so much that I'm telling people that Japan is my home. I say, "Back home fish is a lot cheaper and it makes great sushi."

I'm feeling so lousy now. I want my Sunshine 88 aparto. I want to see everyone. I want to eat natto. I want back all the things Japan and Toyama had to offer.

However, this is life. Life is hard, but I'm sure it can be interesting if I look for it. But now I'm not in the mood to be searching for things.

Linea

You speak the truth! Life here in Japan is good, that's why I'm having a hard time leaving. What am I talking about??...I'm not leaving! As of next week I'll have been here offically for 4 years! At least one more to go. The work has changed, but the lifestyle stays the same - full of challenges, adventures, good people (both Japanese and Gaijin) and time for self discovery. I wonder if I'd find all of this anywhere else. Part of me stays out of fear that my life elsewhere wouldn't be as rewarding. The rest of me stays for the food!!

Ok, now it just looks like I'm rubbing it in...
On the flip side, I admire you from stepping out of such a lush life to move on with other goals and dreams you have. You've taken a big leap to leave this place. That takes courage and commitment.

I'm sure you'll find your next Japan soon enough.

In the mean time, Japan misses you!

beautyinbaltimore

I read Naked. It is such a good book.Each woman discussed her feelings in relation to her body.

Cousin_Ryumi

WE MISS YOU! I was in London at the weekend having a reunion and I wasnt prepared at all for how sad I would feel when I came back. I miss my Japan life too and my cousins and the food and the money everything. Love ya

Sista K

Japan misses you too! Another batch is about to leave and another batch is about to come. It's the season of change!

Maybe you need to find a job doing travel writing. Let me know if you do and let me know if there are any openings!

Bernie

You will have to find a job where travel is built into the job.

DON'T_EVEN_THINK_ABOUT a traditional 9-5.

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