I love making memories, and I also love being able to relive those great memories and sharing them with others. Naturally, I vlogged throughout my entire trip to Korea. This is the first in a series of travel vlogs I’ll be rolling out.
So what are the first things I did when I arrived in Korea? Eat Korean BBQ and play games at a PC Cafe–and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
In this vlog I visit a PC방 (PC Cafe) in Gangnam, show you how to purchase a SeoulMetro T-Money card, and travel to Insadong where I wore a hanbok to Gyeongbokgung Palace!
Settling out into the post-college world can be a scary thing. In the almost 9 months I have been done with school, it’s safe to say it just feels like I’m floating out at sea just kinda…going with the flow of things. Quite literally, graduating felt like being a baby just thrown into a pool for the first time. It’s sink or swim. Continue reading “Adrift”→
It hadn’t really hit me that i was leaving Seattle, my home for the past 4 years, until just recently. It’s a gripping feeling and an odd one at that because, to be honest, for the majority of these past several years I’ve had a love/hate relationship with this city. Continue reading “Farewell Seattle”→
I’ve had my eye on these clear (otherwise called lucite in fancy terminology) heels for a long time now, but the pressure of saving money as a postgrad seemed to have been holding me back from snatching up a pair for myself. You know what though? Sometimes you just hit that point where you need to treat yo-self, girl! It’s never good to be all work and no play because where’s the fun in that? Retail therapy anyone? So I did just that, and I found an affordable option at that! Continue reading “Styling: Lucite Heeled Ankle Boots”→