My life has been very constant. Constant changes have knocked on my door. And they haven’t been very polite. They knocked but don’t really wait for permission to get inside.
If I just sit and hit the rewind button on my life, and think about where I stood one or three years ago, and where I stand now, I find the difference to be so large as to border on unrealistic.
Is that good? Yeah, it is.
Does it hurt? Yeah, quite a bit.
But should I be depressed about it? Hell, NO.
Allô ! comment vas-tu?
Hope everyone had a great weekend, if not then I am sorry to hear that. Hehehe..
A quick update for my blog! First of all, I would like to apologize for this blog post being terribly late. So, here we go.
Munduk-Bali, September 2012
If there’s one thing you should know about me is that I have an obsession with sunsets and sunrises. I’m so intrigued by sunsets, and I never could put my finger on why they intrigue me. They just do. Perhaps it’s the radiance, or the different colors. All I know is that whenever I see the sunset or sunrise, I must take picture of it. I do my best to not use any filters for when it comes to editing my pics, considering each sunset/sunrise is beautiful in it’s very own way. Just like us. Continue reading
Sunday, my laptop, my thoughts, and a smoothie= parfait!
Blogging from bed is the best choice. Seriously, this is the best way to end a productive day. Spending time with friends and family is always good, but spending time with yourself is sometimes even better. Just you, your thoughts and whatever you want to do, with no obligations, no other opinions or plans and no pressure from anyone. It is not only relaxing, it is also provent that alone-time is good for you.
So it is okay to say to your friends that you don’t feel like going out or watching a movie together. Voilà! I give you 5 reasons why I love spending time with myself and maybe you should spend more time with yourself. Continue reading
It happens. Yes, even to those of us who practice self love, self care, self help and are totes into our spiritual practice. Let me to share my struggle with not being able to sleep due to my over-thinking.
It’s in that very moment when it’s time for bed, you lie down, turn the lights off, and close your eyes. The only thing keeping you up are the thoughts that come flooding in, you toss and turn hoping to find some rest in the mess of your chaotic mind. It can be smallest thing that keeps us up, whether it’d be paying a certain bill on time. Maybe you’re just trying to figure out how you’re going to try and get everything done for the next day. Continue reading