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Top posts from 2017

Following last years tradition of Top 10 posts from 2016, this past year has been crazy and exciting for my blog, primarily due to the amount of thrilling posts from our winter vacation (Vietnam and Cambodia), my 3000 mile road-trip with my mom over the summer (from Montana to Grand Canyon and back) and of course, the A-frame (aka A-fame) cabin going viral across multiple countries and at least 40 different websites. What a memorable year and I can’t wait to see what 2018 has in store!

Here are top 10 posts from 2017, let me know which one was your favorite in the comments below:

# 10

Daejeon’s free meetups and groups

# 9

Daejeon’s Top 8 parks


Dancing in Daejeon

# 7

Engagement Session in Daejeon – Kelsey and Matthew

# 6

Cherry Blossoms in Daejeon

# 5

Uselessly Useful Daejeon Facts – Part 1

# 4

Photographing fall in Daejeon, South Korea

# 3

3 weekend trips from Taipei

# 2

The making of “A tiny A-frame” (Part 1/2)

# 1

The making of a tiny A-frame cabin (part 2)

Thank you to all who keep on tuning in to my weekly posts (every Wednesday). It sure has been a busy and exciting year for and I hope to see you here next year!

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  1. I really love this! Can I steal this idea? My favorite is your dancing in Dajeon. It’s whimsical, light, and fun. Doing a best of really does highlight the year and puts things in focus for the year to come. Well done.!

  2. Your A-frame cabin was a big hit all over in every language. That was truly amazing. Congratulations! and congratulations to this top posts. Your posts show how interesting your life there in Daejeon is. Keep it up and I am looking forward to your posts this year. And more cabins?

  3. Great posts! I really like the A-fram cabin! It’s a really great idea! I’ve really been trying to minimize the things in my life and focus on what’s important. Self-sustaining and small homes are a fascinating, new idea that is really interesting to see taking off!

    • thanks Eliza! Good for you and I think that everyone can learn a thing or three from the Minimalism lifestyle, even if you don’t jump right into it

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