Happy birthday YQtravelling.com! I know I wrote a letter to the blog recently but I want to make birthday posts (that are late) a yearly tradition.
The biggest blog-related event last year was moving from WordPress.com to self-hosted WordPress. It’s mostly things happening in the back so you don’t have to worry about it.
It took me forever to move because I was afraid. I was afraid of being responsible for the tech side of things for the blog.
But I’m glad I did because now I can have an annoying pop-up whenever you visit. Hehehe.
Thank you for following me on the blog. I’ve moved away from writing mostly about travel to something more personal but I’m still trying to figure out what it is. (Maybe a mix of improv, reading, living life as best as you can, and other topics?)
Let me know what you’d like to read.
In the meantime, here’s a recap of the last quarter’s most popular posts. I lost track of the traffic for the rest of the year after switching to self-hosted WordPress.
Ah, the freakiest theme park in Singapore.
While I don’t miss my one-night stay next to the snoring obasan, I feel like soaking in onsen.
A round-up of my trip around the world. It kind of feels like a lifetime ago. Now I’m glad I wrote a post for everyday because my memory is fading.
You have Apple fanbois, and you have 米粉 (Mi-fan). I’m a Mi-fan ever since they entered Singapore. Right now on my table as I type, I have three Mi products. They’re good enough at the price they’re selling. Does this apply to my life too? “Good enough.”
Cheap food in the airport? Sign me up!
I think most people who ended up on this post from Google Search are disappointed to find out that there’s nothing sexy in it.
I really need to update this because I’ve not been buying AirAsia tickets for nearly a year. I’m not quite sure what silly charges they have now.
Booking for night trains have been unsuccessful. I also haven’t been taking the train for more than a year.
Glad this is still useful for everyone. Take the bus and save money!
That’s the round up for YQtravelling.com’s last quarter.
What would you like to read here? Let me know!