Hi I’m Charles.
I’m a Canadian millennial currently living in China, aggressively pursuing financial freedom, growing a stamp collection in my passport, and improving my body and mind.
If personal finance, seeing more of the world, fitness and self improvement strikes a cord with you I humbly ask you to have a look around. I appreciate you stopping by my little slice of the internet, and encourage you to get involved here.
As a starting point, here are some of my top viewed articles:
Teaching ESL abroad:
About this blog
This blog was born of me having some extra time while I was living abroad teaching English in South Korea between 2016 and 2017. I’ve always enjoyed writing, and I’m hoping to use this blog as a way to communicate my knowledge on person finance, world travel, teaching English abroad, personal development and more.
You will find many articles regarding personal finance and investing here. They range from anecdotal experience to tips and advice I’ve found important through experience and research. I am super passionate about wealth creation, financial freedom and all forms of investment.
Also expect to read posts related to world travel. Experiences I’ve had in different countries and cities, as well as maybe some travel tips. I’ve done a decent amount of travel and have no plans of stopping anytime soon.
I currently make my living teaching English to Asian kids. Both online and in the classroom (previously in South Korea, now Shenzhen, China). With years of experience working around Asia and for different types of schools and ages of students, I now help people find jobs in China, South Korea, or teaching English online. People do not hesitate to contact me if you would like to start teaching ESL.
You’ll find many articles related directly to teaching ESL. In many posts I will use teaching as a metaphor or analogy.
Finally; health, fitness and living well are the foundation of a good life. So topics of reading, personal development, and training will also pop up occasionally. Anything to do with generally becoming a better human being.
Thanks again for being here. Like I said, don’t hesitate to contact me. And if you found something I wrote particularly interesting, give it a share!