If you’ve found me via Freshly Pressed, then thanks for stopping by…
I live in Saigon, Vietnam, and I also blog at www.saigonsays.com more personally about life, family and work out here in this incredible city and this wonderful region of the world.
Definitelymaybe kicked off as a new writing project in January 2013, on the back of some changes in my life. 2013 was the Year of the Snake (for all you Lunar followers) – a year of skin shedding and a suitable time, for me at least, for ‘reinvention.’
I worked for the international development NGO, CARE International, for 13 years up until October this year (I’m currently freelance consulting, and still based out of Saigon) and so, whilst all my musings here are based on my personal views, rather than CARE’s, over on this site you will find me blogging about current affairs, international development, and also about the power of reinventing new things and, as Mr Bob Black once said, “marching off the edge of our maps”.
Whatever Mr Black was getting at with this statement is unclear, but I like it nonetheless.