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How Koreans Cleanse: Cleansing Oil Review

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First I want to say that obviously I’m not a healthcare professional of any sorts. I’m just a 24 year old with a history of oily skin, enlarged pores, and embarrassing acne. Now, that you know my secrets, let’s continue.  Read the rest of this entry »

PSA for ChewWriteWords Followers.

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Chew on the Write Words is branching out! Starting this month I’ll be posting primarily on this account with natural beauty product reviews (natural deo, anyone?), DIY mask/scrub/lotion recipes, possibly local restaurant reviews, fun places to see or visit if you ever decide to travel to S. Korea, health and basic food facts, snack recipes and ideas, testimonies of my personal journey… and basically anything else that strikes my fancy.

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Not Given To Much Whine

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Wine and Bread

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So Phil and I live in S. Korea. We’ve been here for a couple months and are still working on getting settled and finding our niche in our neighborhood. This has been particularly difficult in regards to food. Grocery shopping, eating out, sending Phil with lunches, finding markets with cool things… really, I’ve just had a disappointing time. The language barrier has to be the toughest thing, because you can’t buy anything if you don’t know how much it is, can’t ask how much it is, it might be priced higher because you’re American, and that’s even if you can decipher how to get there in the first place.

It isn’t that I don’t like Korean food, but they barely use salt

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