Jeju Island Trip & No Regrets

This past week I spent 4 days on Jeju island.

Jeju is the 9th province of South Korea and it’s biggest island.  It was essentially created a long, long time ago by volcanoes and is now known for its beautiful beaches, inactive volcanoes, lava rock everywhere and lava caves created previously by the volcanoes.


You can read more about the island HERE and a list of the top 16 things to do (a few of which I did) if you ever decided to visit.

Recommended, and I’ll tell you why


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Why Comedians make bad Financial Advisors…


You may have seen a short YouTube clip recently popping up on your social media feeds of an interview with Louis C.K. on the Jay Leno show back in 2010.  It’s titled something to the effect of ‘Louis C.K. on saving money’.


I’ve seen it a few times now, and it grinds my gears probably more than it should.  


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How I Ended Up In South Korea

South Korea?…

Subject:  How I ended up in South Korea, the land of the morning calm.

The idea of escaping to a foreign land has been on my mind for years.  Though South Korea had never been one of the places I imagined myself.


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Real Estate Vs. Market Investing & Renting

Real Estate Vs. Investing in the market…


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The post on Facebook was hastily titled: This empirically puts to bed the argument “Houses are great investments because they appreciate in value!!


I was met with the following comment on my Facebook.. 


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Living Abroad Got Me Like…

I’ve been living abroad in South Korea for just under 4 weeks now, so needless to say.. I know it all.  


Far from it, obviously.  But even in such a short amount of time, I feel such change already come about.

This isn’t my first time traveling.  But this is my first time living abroad and completely alone.  I have my own apartment in a city – a country – on a continent – where I know practically no one.  

I’m a personable guy, I’ve met people since.  But it was a daunting first week.

The following are a few revelations and thoughts I’ve had about travel and living abroad thus far.  More to come, I am sure.

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