Runaway Tips

April 4, 2016
female solo travel safety

Female Solo Travel Safety Tips: My Secrets

Female Solo Travel. You Can Do It Too. Travel alone as a woman can be overwhelming, especially if this is your first time. I get questions like ‘Aren’t you afraid?’, ‘How can you travel alone?’, ‘How do you keep yourself […]
January 27, 2015
Working from home

Working From Home. How Do You Do It?

Do you work from home? What’s your secret to be more productive? Since I’ve been staying in Korea for a while, I’m working from home most of the days while working on my blog and other projects. Sometimes I go […]
January 11, 2015
Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

Ireland Road Trip: Connecting Small Towns

Ireland Road Trip: Connecting Small Towns Ireland is a road trippers’ playground. With its rolling hills, old European castles, and rugged coastlines, Ireland looks like an imaginary place right out of a fairytale. While visiting big towns and driving down […]
July 19, 2014

Scottish Highlands Road Trip Planning

Rugged terrain with thick green moss-covered rolling hills always attracted me. Iceland and New Zealand were the very definition of the mystical scenery I imagined. I loved how their landscapes showed the age of the Earth. But they weren’t the […]
June 5, 2014
Organic coffee at Finca Argovia

What goes into the Perfect Cup of Coffee?

What goes into the Perfect Cup of Coffee? #The following is a sponsored post from the coffee experts at Taylors. Any coffee drinker knows that finding a great cup of coffee goes far beyond using the best beans. But just how […]
April 21, 2014

Winter in Myrtle Beach, SC

Do you go to the beach in the winter? I do. There’s something romantic about the beach in winter: the emptiness, the seagulls, the cold breeze against my cheek, and the early evening sunset. Last February, I had the chance […]
April 18, 2014
The Eiffel Tower of Paris

The Best Way to Enjoy Paris: Spend Less, Live More

Paris is no doubt must-see place on everyone’s list. It’s one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, with its history, food scene, and unique atmosphere, receiving 44 million visitors per year. Situated beautifully along the Seine River, Paris is […]
December 13, 2013

21 Destinations of Year 2013

The 21 Best Destinations of 2013 Eleven countries I visited this year, and some of them I entered several times (Malaysia – five times). The list of places is a mix of lot of powerful and intense new destinations, and […]
September 10, 2013
(Pretending to drive) ATV in Chachalacas

Things You Didn’t Know about Veracruz, Mexico

  What You Didn’t Know about Veracruz – and Why You Should Go Mexico was one of the four countries I visited in this August. I was there to attend ATMEX as a hosted media invited by ATTA, and it […]
April 25, 2013
Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo in Malapascua Island, the Philippines

Underwater world of Malapascua Island was as great as over the water Two weeks of my journey in the Philippines is finished. It was a complex mixture of good, extreme bad and something in between. The country was hard to […]
February 21, 2013

Easy as 1,2,3: How to Plan a Successful Press Trip (Before and After)

  How to Plan a Successful Press Trip (Before and After)   In my article, How to Score and Execute a Press Trip, I shared tips on planning and executing a successful press trip. In this follow-up article I’d like to […]
January 17, 2013

Weekend Getaway at Home

  Not everyone can travel every day. Pack and take off is a lot harder than it sounds. The places we went to go are the places that we havent’ been, just like the famous quote, but not sure when […]