Aigoo Adventures: Guam 2018

Aigoo Adventures

I have went on another adventure! I made a return trip to Guam because I wanted to see my bestie again and to see if the rain would leave me alone this time. End verdict: it was a great trip. I had a wonderful time in Guam, and my only regret was leaving my best friend. This trip gave me the relaxation I had sought for. It was nice escaping work and Korea for a bit. This is was a muchly needed vacation!

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Driving Drama

Driving Drama (Original image from Unsplash.com)

Oh, wow, I cannot believe it’s April. In February, the Olympics took over my life, but I also had mentioned doing one other task — re-obtaining my driver’s licence. I lost my previous licence because of a regulation change I wasn’t grandfathered into. This process took much longer than I’d wanted, and it has caused me so much stress that I escaped reality with a lot of gaming. I will say right now that I never liked driving, but in order to prepare myself, I grudgingly forced myself to get a Korean and an international licence. This process was filled with unnecessary drama, and all I can say is that I am relieved it’s all done.

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Olympic Observations

Olympic Observations (Original image from Unsplash.com)

February is almost over. I spent a good chunk of this month concentrating on three things: video games (specifically Bravely Default and Bravely Second), practising and testing for my driver’s license (that alone is quite a tale), and the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. I’ve been sucked hard with this Winter Olympic — most likely due to it being held in South Korea. I had zero motivation to attend the actual events, but I was determined to watch certain events on my computer or my mum’s TV. Read on to read my commentary on this Olympic!

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Symphonic Selections: Berlin Song

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It has been a while since I’ve done a Symphonic Selections post. I hadn’t found or heard of songs that just made me really get into music lately. That changed when I clicked around on Facebook, and I found a Classic FM post with a list of relaxing pieces. I played the first song on the list, and it instantly captivated me to the point that I’m here to share that piece.

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Turning Thirty-Three

Turning Thirty-Three

I am now thirty-three. I don’t feel any different from turning thirty-two. Like last year, I requested my birthday off, which gave me a three-day weekend and a three-day work week! Nothing beats a day off, a long weekend, and a short work week for a birthday, honestly. On top of that, I treated myself to a facial, met up with my old high school teacher, bought myself some wine and chocolates, and ate delicious food. This is self-love to the fullest, and I’m totally living it up, haha! That said, I’ve also thought about what I would like to do and accomplish in my thirty-third year of living after some of my events in 2017. I’ve listed below my major goals.

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