Unicorns. Colorful and magical creatures I sure wish existed in real life. Everything looks cuter with a colorful pastel unicorn on it. If you don’t have the money to spend on purchased stickers for your planner or journal, here are some freebies that may help make your pages come alive with unicorn spirit.
Click on the title OR image to go to the original blog post where the freebie is at, and be sure to give the original author some love. If you know of any other unicorn themed planner freebies out there, please let me know. I might even make a part 2!
Continue reading 10+ Free Unicorn Planner Sticker Printables: The Freebie Roundup #2
Many people dream of possessing immortality. But living for all eternity plagued with the ghosts of your past, and seeing the people you care about grow old and die… Is this really the kind of life worth living? Goblin: The Lonely and Great God tackles this question in a bittersweet way.
Continue reading Goblin: The Lonely & Great God – A K-Drama Overview
April is nearing its end, and a lot of great Korean music has come out to the scene. We’ll be checking out some songs that focus on dreams, love, reflecting on the past, adulthood, and other themes.
I had a VERY difficult time choosing which songs to include. And as always, I tried to include a little bit of everything. If you’re curious to know which songs made the cut, be sure to read on.
Continue reading The K-Music Playlist: Dreamscape
I originally opened a Youtube channel with the intention of uploading a Korean Music Playlist once a week. Unfortunately, my computer just doesn’t have the processing power to edit videos the way I want it to. So for the time being, I’m going to be making my music playlists in blog post format.
This weeks playlist feature songs released during the month of March 2017. I tried to keep the list short, and include a little bit of everything, so I really hope you enjoy it.
Without further or do, let’s begin!
Continue reading The K-Music Playlist: Reflections
I’ve finally decided to take the plunge. I am going to start learning Korean. Woohoo!
I’ve been wanting to study the language for quite a few years now, but I’ve never taken the time to actually learn seriously. I am dirt broke, so buying textbooks, taking courses at a university, and/or hiring a tutor are not options for me. Regardless, I’ve found quite a few online websites that offer free Korean language courses.
Continue reading FREE Korean Language Learning Sites (My Korean Learning Journey: An Introduction)