About Me.

Self-introduction.So I guess if I’m going to start blogging I need to write an about me section, something that explains what I’m here for. Well to kick things off I’m Jordan, nice to meet you. I’m 19 years old and I’m currently studying a dual degree: Law/Business. I live in Brisbane, Australia but in a month I’ll be going on exchange to Kansai Gaidai University in Hirakata City, Osaka, Japan. While this blog was made with the intention to document my year abroad it won’t be the only focus. This blog will document almost anything and everything I hear and see in Japan. Whatever comes into my head that’s interesting enough to type out. So sit back, relax and let me do all the talking. I hope you’ll find something worth reading, enjoy your stay.

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  2. Hey! Thanks for your blog, it’s cool to read about someone else’s similar situation – I am going to go to Japan, to Beppu, to do my exchange in about a month. I have blogged from NYC where I am currently living, and intend to continue about the abnormalities that I encounter in Beppu. Have a nice stay in Japan!

  3. This is so ridiculous – after following your blog for some time already, it is only today I thought about checking this “about me” post *facepalm*. Anyway – nice to meet you (again), Mr. Jordau!

    • I really should re-write this haha. It’s so short. I can’t believe I’ve had this blog for two years now though. I really should change how it looks this year because this layout is beyond awful.

      • Umm, actually I did not give a single thought to the layout 😉 But if you feel like re-writing this and giving your followers some more info – I’m sure it would be appreciated 😀 Are you still living in Japan?

        • I made it years ago haha. I might re-write it when I get around to re-vamping the layout. Nahh I’ve been back in Australia for over a year now, I don’t like living here very much though. Where are you at the moment?

          • I’m stuck in Poland, and seems that I’ll stay here for a while (=> family reasons). But, tbh, I still prefer to live here, than in US – pace of life is calmer and though the standard of living may not be as high, I deffinitely appreciate what I got 😀

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