Sick and tired of seeing all these bloggers travel the world, have fun and not have to worry about a job? Well.....you can do it too with all these online gigs available. Or you just want to earn a little side income? I've put together a list of online platforms that you can earn some extra cash without affecting your lifestyle too much. But if you really want a change, building a business is still the best route in my opinion. You can launch a startup based on a passion. It’
When most people think of happiness, they think it's happiness all the time, 24/7! That's crazy!! With social media, you see people traveling and having fun all the time. Life coaches telling you to be happy and forget the negativity, that it's a state of mind. So we try to pursue this constant state of “happiness” as our goal, and avoid anything that may take it away from us. Life is a balance, a constant yin and yang. Without sadness, a down period, you won't truly unders
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The holidays are right around the corner which most of us look forward to. It provides us an opportunity to get together with family and friends and let loose a little. While the holiday season maybe fun and cheery, there are areas of it that can be stressful. A combination of shopping, attending social events, and entertaining guests can quickly become too much to handle. A poll by the American Psychological Association shows that 8 out of 10 people anticipate increased stre
This is probably my favorite lounge so far in Seoul, Korea Incheon airport. If you're flying Asiana airlines, they tend to have these super long layovers if you're booking a cheaper flight. Some of them are overnight which is annoying. I haven't tried it out yet, but Matina lounge also offers hotel rooms which maybe a good idea if you don't want to leave the airport. Most places are atleast 30 minute drive away. If you reserve early enough, they have showers you can use.
Sky Hub Lounge is located on the 4th floor of the Incheon Airport. It's a smaller boutique lounge, and if it gets busy, there's a wait time. To get in, you either need a priority card or one of the credit card companies affiliated with them. Entrance fee is USD 36 which may not be worth it unless you have a long layover. The food there is surprisingly pretty good! Don't expect it to be a 5 star restaurant, but compared to the major airlines, the selection here is definitely
I used to frequent Seoul, Korea for work, and really enjoyed the main international Incheon airport in Seoul. It's also one of the business airports in the world! But plenty of activities there! Huge terminal filled with shops, food court, cafes, cultural centers, massages, and so on. (Don't get confused with Gimpo Airport which is about 45 minutes drive from Incheon airport) This is a big airport, so I would identify where your gate is and have an idea how much time needed