All in all, I think that Lodge 41 was a cosy hostel that feels more of a home than a dorm. The people I met in this place were very awesome, and the staff made me feel so comfortable.
I’ve felt more at home with strangers sitting on a beach in a secluded island in Thailand, than sitting in this dining room with people I’ve known all my life. I’ve never felt so uncomfortable that all I wanted to do is go out and cry because it made my heart so full. I’ve never met so many judgmental people who look down on a specific person just because they’re living and working remotely, and are not being dictated by the society. It hurts me more to say this but I’m finding my family so toxic, and I just want to cut myself away from them as far away as possible.Read more "FAMILY DOESN’T ALWAYS HAVE TO BE BLOOD RELATED"
Yesterday I caught myself crying. No, I wasn’t in pain physically. No, I wasn’t in despair. No, I wasn’t angry. To put it simply, I was jealous.Read more "CONTENTMENT IS KEY"
Before the start of winter, I went on a quick weekend trip to Philadelphia. I thought to myself, I have been stuck in New York for almost four months without going out of the state, so I figured that taking the 2-hour trip to Pennsylvania wouldn’t be so bad.Read more "FOLLOWING PARALUMAN IN PHILADELPHIA"
A lot of people have been envying my ‘nomad’ lifestyle and they’ve been asking me how I do it. It’s actually pretty simple. You need to be fast paced, you need to have money (of course), and you need to be the kind of person that doesn’t get attached.Read more "WHAT IS IT LIKE TO TRAVEL THE WORLD?"
Home. The sound of that word is just very cosy and relaxing, just like how ‘home’ should be.Read more "HOME IS WHERE YOUR HEART IS"
I know I’m a bit late for the “new year, new me” wrap-up post since I have been working a lot lately, but it’s better late than never…or so they say.Read more "7 HIGHLIGHTS OF MY 2017"