I was just reading through my 2014 Year in Review and laughing at my concluding thoughts on what 2015 would bring. Boy oh boy I was so incredibly wrong!! Like in your face wrong. “As for 2015, it will be the year of the wedding and the year of focusing on our life in China. It… More 2015: My Year in Review
Hello April! 2 weeks until the wedding! It seems like whenever I post on this blog I’m always saying “omg time flies” or “sorry for posting so late” or “whoops here’s travel photos from a year ago enjoy!” Well, it seems like this is a constant theme in my life so I’m just going to own up… More The Only Constant is Change… We’re moving back to the States!
Here it is. My favorite photos from 2014! (And last year: Best Photos of 2013) Here are 30 of my favorite photos that I took all around the world. They include some of my favorite locations in Ireland, London, China, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, France and Florida! A lot are from Ireland, my favorite of… More Best Photos of 2014
Surprise! I am back in the states after spending the last 2 weeks in Shanghai. Of course our internet was shit and our VPN stopped working so that meant absolutely no access to blogging or my emails! Lovely! I did however do some writing and photo editing so let’s catch up shall we? I arrived… More Apartment Hunting in Shanghai… we moved!
9 countries. 19 cities. 1 year. 2014 was seriously the year of travel. I know I said that 2013 was the year of travel, but I lied. This year was bigger. It was actually full of so much traveling that I honestly FORGOT a few trips while making this list. I was lucky enough to… More 2014: My Year in Review
Greetings from Florida! Yes, it is winter I swear… Well it has certainly been awhile since I last blogged! And wow, I have missed writing so much. But more than anything I have missed taking and editing photos! This last month and a half I have felt… incomplete. It is interesting to go without something… More Bamboo Forest, Karaoke and Halloween in Shanghai
Well. The last 3 months in China have been an absolute roller coaster. (He’s a nice photo of Shanghai from 3 years ago just because). The thing with living in China is that you must expect the unexpected. And I do. I really do. However, it is still shocking when the nature of the unexpected… More 3 Months in China: An Update (or expect the unexpected like food poisoning and getting robbed)