Season’s Greetings + 2018 Most Popular Blog Posts
As this year winds to a close, and I am creating new products and planning for 2019. Just writing a quick note to say thank you. I read an article that stated you shouldn’t publish content during the holidays. However, I couldn’t close out the year without posting a Season’s Greetings!
I’m incredibly grateful for family and friends who have supported my endeavors this past year. Whether, you’ve liked a post, written a guest post, or waited patiently as I snapped blog pictures. Thank you for your understanding, and support.
Remember it is never too late or expensive to start a new business venture or pursue your goals. For anyone who is planning a trip to South Korea next year check out these suggested itineraries from the Korea Tourism Organization.
If you haven’t checked out my Korean Language practice workbook yet, there’s still time! Korean Fruits & Vegetables. I’m thrilled that I could celebrate my one year anniversary with you this year, and I’m already excited about next year’s travel stories and collaborations.
And, thank you for visiting my blog, and subscribing to my newsletter. I enjoy reading all of your comments, after every blog post and look forward to reading many, many more.
No matter which festive holiday, Christmas, Kwanzaa, or Hanukkah, you and yours choose to celebrate. I want to wish everyone the warmest of holidays and a prosperous start to the New Year. Fighting!
Sincerely with thanks,
Content Creator: Korean Convenience
*This is the last blog post for 2018. Check out my favorite blog posts so far!
South Korea Blog Posts
- South Korea Winter Packing Tips
- Non-Teaching Jobs: South Korea
- Free Korean Language Classes Online
- Cheorwon DMZ One Day Bus Tour In South Korea
- Visiting Dongdaemun Design Plaza Seoul International Handmade Fair
United States Blog Posts
- San Francisco Self-Guided Walking Tour
- Holiday Travel To Phoenix, Arizona
- Apple Picking and Farm Activities
- Downtown Santa Monica: Shopping, Food, And Fun
- 24 Hours in L.A.’s Koreatown