Lesson 3: Travelling doesn’t require loads of money

Travel on a budget. Travel cheaper. Travel anyhow. Say “I want to travel and I am travelling” instead of telling yourself “I can’t afford to travel”. Sure, there will always be “but”s and “what if”s. I will tell you from the starts, it starts with your priorities. Because travelling doesn’t require loads of money. If you … Continue Reading

Lesson 1: You CAN achieve your dream

When they tell you “You can’t!”, don’t listen to them. “Don’t listen to naysayers!” was one of the 6 rules Arnold had. We can all see where he got. For the past years, depression and hopelessness dragged me into a very diverse set of situations. Learnt a lot and experienced more than I ever thought I … Continue Reading

5 symptoms of post travelling depression

Here I am, in my bed, past midnight, staring at my window. And there is a pulsing white light moving in the dark, clear night sky. It’s a plane. The first thought was that it was descending. And the second one was the image of me, inside that place, the feeling of being there, now, … Continue Reading

28 things I’ve learnt in 28 years of life

#1 Being nice to people always pays off. It might not seem like a big deal at the moment. It might even seem useless, but a day or a year can pass, and that niceness will come back to you. The thing is, don’t expect that someone to give you something back. Just be genuinely … Continue Reading

How your bookmark list tells more about you than you realize

If you’re like me, really lazy and have a Gmail logged in on your Chrome to help you save everything of an interest and keep you organized, then you have a similar Bookmark folder list to mine. Or hobbies I  used to have. Now that I’m cleaning it out, it got me thinking. Just to be clear, I’m talking about … Continue Reading