It’s confusing for me when people tell me I’m not really English, because…what else would I be?
As an MK (Missionary Kid), my family were the only people who understood me, and what I’ve been through.
Dear fellow women, here’s what you should know before you travel anywhere.
“But inside us there is a word we cannot pronounce and that is who we are.”
The worst part about living in globally mobile circles is the constant stream of ‘goodbyes’. What do you do when
My TCK experience was a lonely one, full of transitions and travel and impermanence; and my way of dealing with that was to create art.
Language learning is hard. It’s slow and frustrating and really embarrassing! I was sure I couldn’t be the only one
“When those changes start to happen it can feel like our whole world is falling away.”
“Hi, I’m Dani from the UK, where are you from?” “Oh, Malawi,” he replies with a genuine smile. “British, huh?
Is there anything as cathartic as processing your experiences, identity, and emotions through writing? If you decide your writing needs