Travel Tip: Virtual Private Networking

Tip 14

This past year, I have heard a few people suggest the use of a VPN during their travels. A VPN, for those who don't know, is a Virtual Private Network. A VPN is useful because it provides an extra layer of encryption when connected to the internet. If you don't use the protection from a VPN you could be a potential target of a man-in-the-middle attack where they (bad people) attempt to steal passwords and logins to your bank accounts, etc.

2017-02-13 · 2 min · 

Exploring Boundaries and Find Adventure

Tip 15

With some inspiration from my end-of-year reflection, I came to the realization that some of the moderately expensive items enabled me to be more explorative than I normally would have. (It's an excellent exercise to think about the things and the people who made you most happy. Highly recommend!)

2017-02-13 · 2 min · 

Learning Chinese

Tip 16

I am, by no means, fluent in Chinese but I have thoroughly enjoyed studying it these past 2 years. It has been rewarding to understand but also speak the language with the locals right here in Taipei.

2017-02-13 · 2 min · 

Staying Secure

Tip 17

I attended a motorcycle rally in Yosemite California this fall. I met many cool people and listened to their amazing stories. One of the folks who presented made it a point to land in unknown places, buy a motorcycle, and then proceed to adventure around seeing things and meeting people along the way.

2017-02-13 · 2 min · 

Take Raw Photos

Tip of the Day

Here are some tips i've been writing over the past 2 months. I still have lots of content to upload since beginning of my journey. Stay tuned!!

iOS currently has some dodgy support for RAW photos. RAW photos contain the every bit of information that is generated by the photo sensor inside your camera. This gives photographers and weekend warriors alike much more flexibility to tweak their photos to their liking!

2017-02-12 · 2 min ·