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!
One of the first things you’ll notice when you come to Korea is that they are incredibly serious about their coffee. The cafe culture is so real. There are cafes around every corner competing to be the most trendy and Instagram-worthy cafe.
Naturally, I ate my way around Seoul to find the best one 🙂 And sure enough, I found my favorite cafe on one of my first days there…
I went to Texas (Austin, to be exact) for the first time recently for a business trip. Check out this vlog following my adventures for the few days I was there–from BBQ, to brews, to ice cream, and beyond!
So it’s a reality that when December ends and January 1st rolls around, it’s really just another day in your life. You get the people who take this globally recognized holiday as a milestone, a sort of communal boost of motivation to start a new chapter of your life. Then there’s others who simply choose to disregard this concept and just keep chugging on with their lives. Continue reading “The Thing About New Year’s Resolutions”→
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”→