A Brief Note on the Curious
Hello! Konnichiwa! Ni hao! Hola! Aloha! You've found your way to my website and blog, The Language of Curiosity! Welcome! I would introduce myself as your humble author, but really how humble can a person with a blog be? So, allow me to introduce myself as your not-so-humble blog author.
My name is Candace Graue. I am an English teacher currently living in Himeji, Japan with my husband, Justin.
I started this blog with the intent to help other people become interested in other cultures, and to help them learn a little bit along the way. I love traveling and experiencing the heart of new places, and I hope my blog can inspire others to take up the hobby as well. I want to bring my readers interesting and maybe even insightful details about various places, cultures, and activities. My journeys have included various places around the United States, Mexico, Canada, Japan, and Taiwan, and I’m working on adding to that list in the future.
My time at the moment can be constrained by my full time teaching job, but I'm hoping to update at least bi-weekly, and weekly if I can. Some of my blogs may be about teaching English abroad, which I have done in Taiwan as well as Japan.
I hope you enjoy this blog; I am putting a lot of my heart into it. If you have any feedback on my blog, writing style, or approach, I appreciate any (constructive) criticism. I hope to someday make a career out of travel writing, so I appreciate any support you can provide! In the end though, this blog is really for you, the reader. I want to share with you a love and curiosity for the world around us, and help you to embrace the wonders it has to offer. Have fun, and happy exploring. :)
The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.--Albert Einstein