Bucket living

July 12, 2011

Lesson Learned from the Inflight Safety Video — Let Yourself Breathe First

    “Grab a second mask if traveling with a child or a companion that needs help. The adult should always put on an oxygen mask first, working quickly and confidently with precision before putting a mask on a child.” […]
June 21, 2011

It’s Time to Spill the Bucket

It’s been a long time coming. Maybe I was putting everything away by the excuse of being responsible. But who’s it for? Recurring question that has been in my head for the last two and a half years. Who’s it […]
June 18, 2011

It Takes Courage to Call It a Day

    At this very moment, I have three huge first aid-up wounds around my shoulder and leg, and one purple coloured thumb. It looked almost I’ve half eaten by a bear. I am supposed to be at Cheongpyeong with […]
February 19, 2011

It Doesn’t Mean that I Don’t Love You Anymore

Wanderlust, itchy feet, travel bug, vagabond syndrome, digital nomad… there are many names to call people like me, like us. If you are determining to follow your calling, there’s this moment we all have to pass. The talk with the […]
September 3, 2010

Juno-Go-Round, Tweetup-couchsurfing RTW

Juno go round, round, and round! . You are all invited! To my grand, world round (imagination) RTW tour! (And it’s updated in Sep. 07, 2010) From last year, I met so many great fellow travelers and witnessed tweetup after […]
May 2, 2010

Few of my Favorite things ♪

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens . . . . . . . . . . . Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens . . . . . . . . . . . Brown paper packages tied […]