Back to Blogging & A Year in Korea

I’m both nervous and excited to finally be getting back into making content for both my website and YouTube channel.

The last time I made a vlog was in January of this year, and for the reasons stated in the video I’ve been MIA from writing at all for the last eight months or so. I did, as discussed in the last video I uploaded, spend some time in Thailand earlier in the year. I have tons of footage from the trip that I’ll be working on editing over the next couple of weeks. I’ll be uploading the first Thailand travel vlog on Sunday, so if you’d like to see it you can subscribe to my YouTube channel or to my blog.

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10 thoughts on “Back to Blogging & A Year in Korea

  1. Good luck with your new content and vlog! Don’t be too hard on yourself during such a difficult time. I think everyone was forced to stop and reevaluate what they were doing. It is still hard as we don’t know what the future will bring as far as travel and the pandemic. I’m an American living in Croatia and while we were in lockdown, I thought I would be much more productive but felt in a bit of shock, like you looking at that spider. It took me by surprise, but have slowly gotten back to the new normal. I think our new attitude is that one has to learn to be more flexible, patient and compassionate to both ourselves and others. Good luck! Looking forward to hearing more of your journey!

  2. Thanks so much for liking my blog post, Caitlin. I just watched your video and related to so much of it, having just recently moved to Ulsan and still adapting and feeling a little lost. It’s refreshing to hear your story.

    1. It will get easier! I know this is a really hard time to be in Korea because we’re kind of stuck, but I try to calm myself by knowing it’s safer than being at home right now unfortunately. Hope you’re feeling more settled soon!

  3. Hopefully! I really think I had being able to take trips home as a bit of a cushion/comfort before moving.. and that isn’t really a reality at the moment. Just taking it day by day 🙂

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