I’ve been asked by a few people now about starting a blog. That is SUCH a loaded question! Instead of continuing to try to individually answer everyone briefly, I thought I’d outline my own how to start a blog tutorial for reference. This isn’t so much as a step-by-step process, but more about what I
#Korea is a weekly series on my blog documenting my time leading up to and during to my year in Korea. Check out the original post for a longer explanation here. WEEK 5: MAY 14 – MAY 20 Yep, not much on the Korea front! I didn’t take my laptop with me to my friend’s
I’ve just returned from my umpteenth trip to New York City, but this is actually the first time I’ve gone on my own and had full control over my own itinerary. This made me realize I’ve never really sat down to organize the city in my mind! I’ve always had one or two things that
#Korea is a weekly series on my blog documenting my time leading up to and during to my year in Korea. Check out the original post for a longer explanation here. WEEK 5: May 7 – May 13 Hiya! Hope everyone had a lovely Mother’s Day weekend. Not much to report on the Korea front.
They say it sometimes takes leaving your home country to fully appreciate it. This saying couldn’t be truer for our tour guide and one of the founders of foodTrip Chile, José Miguel Domínguez. As my friend, Natasha, and I began our Santiago food tour, we learned quickly just how well traveled José was. Having lived everywhere