Hi everyone, welcome back! Today I decided to go a little more in depth with my actual day to day life teaching. Of course I can’t bring you into my classroom with my kids for the sake of their privacy, but I tried to give as much of an insight as possible. I sort of … More A Day in the Life of a Brand New English Teacher in Korea
Hi guys! I know I just uploaded my apartment tour two days ago, but I actually filmed the footage over three weeks ago. Today I went to Daiso for the second time to buy the rest of the soft furnishings for my apartment, and spent 41,600 KRW. The first time I visited I spent around … More Under $100/ £75 Apartment Makeover in Daegu, South Korea
Hi everyone, welcome back! Sorry I haven’t posted in the last month but things have been so hectic. I moved into my new apartment three weeks ago and have been working to get myself settled in to my new life and job here in South Korea. I’ve already started decorating and will be uploading an … More Empty Apartment Tour in Daegu, South Korea
Search Engine Optimization can be extremely overwhelming for beginners, so I’ve created this video with some brief tips on how to increase your blog’s standing in the Google rankings. Like I said in the video, these are the bare basic tips and there are many more advanced ways to increase your SEO that can be … More Super Simple SEO Tips for Beginners
It’s happening! This week I’m leaving home for my two week trip to the East Coast of America and then on to my move to South Korea. Be sure to subscribe to keep up with my travels over the next year by clicking here.
Over the last few years I’ve curated a list of Apps I regularly use whilst travelling to make the experience easier, less prone to things getting stuck and to pass time or make long waits a little less unbearable. If you have any other recommendations feel free to let me know about them in the … More Free Apps to Make Travel Easier
This was by far my favourite video I’ve ever filmed because it is really the beginning of my actual physical move. Although I still have a few weeks to go until I leave for the US, Seoul and eventually Daegu where I will be living, within those few weeks I get to celebrate my birthday … More How and What I Packed for my Move to South Korea
As I stated early on in this video, this will be part one of two videos on European travel currencies. Because of the sheer mass of countries in Europe and the many different currencies those countries use, I’ve tried to separate my recommendations and information on the continent into two parts. This first part deals … More Tips on European Travel Currency and Managing Money Whilst Travelling
If you’ve followed my blog for any time at all, you’ll know that I’ve been studying and living and St Andrews for the last five years. I am truly thrilled this chapter of my life is coming to such a wonderful end and was so glad to spend the last week with all of the … More Graduating from St Andrews!
This installment of the travel tips section of my YouTube channel – which you can subscribe to here – is all about how to navigate the many currencies of East and Southeast Asia. I also give my two cents on the benefits and drawbacks of carrying cash versus using your personal bank card or prepaid … More Tips on East Asian Currencies & Managing Money While Travelling