I believe when you travel, there’s no better way to connect with people, than through food. No matter what culture or country you’re from, or wherever you choose to travel, the one thing you and I have in common is that food is a huge part of our lives.
At the beginning, when I made the decision to earn a living online, I’ll admit that I had to live on the cheap (really cheap).
One of the biggest turning points for me was when I published my first eBook, the Eating Thai Food Guide. I finally had my very first product to sell on my website.
It took about 3 years of online work and experimenting before I really started making enough to live fully and support anyone other than myself.
But when you have a goal you’re working towards, you’ll do what it takes to get there. In Thailand I met Ying, the most amazing girl in the world. We got married in July 2013, and we’ve been traveling and eating together ever since.
Since I started blogging, I’ve loved taking photos (here’s the camera I use). But it was sometime randomly in 2012 when I said to myself, “photographs of food are great, but how can I share more of the atmosphere and the emotion of eating?'
At first I started making extremely simple street food videos and I really had no idea what I was doing. Years down the road, making food videos on YouTube is one of the main things I do.
I’m extremely grateful that I’m able to make a living and support my family doing what I’m passionate about.
Thank you for reading my personal story, and I’m really happy to meet you,