Some days are just bad days, that’s all. You have to experience sadness to know happiness, and I remind myself that not every day is going to be a good day, that’s just the way it is! – Dita Von Teese
Maybe some of you are asking, where have I been? As you can see, I haven’t posted anything since October and my last travel post was in August. To tell you, I still have travel posts I haven’t written and I don’t know if I can go through them in details because it’s been months! I’m asking the same question to myself… where have I been?
I’m everywhere and nowhere. There is one point where I thought of leaving blogging because I think it’s not something for me. But then, why should I leave when I’m enjoying it? When I love every bits and pieces of the things I’m writing on it. Maybe I’m just not in the right niche or I lack in something, or maybe I’m just in doubt of myself. You see, self-doubt is overwhelming and it can wipe out most of the things you think are good enough for you. I don’t want to beat myself and pull myself down. That’s not me. I am optimistic but whenever self-doubt enters my mind, it’s like everything is a mistake. It’s like I’m a mistake, which is contradicting because I don’t want to be a mistake. I am me. I can make mistakes and I’m learning from them. So I decided to take a break from all of these.
My last travel was in August and I haven’t been back until November, and I missed it. I miss writing about my whereabouts and just sharing. I miss everything about it. That’s why I’m back.
It’s almost the end of 2017 and I’m sure many of us will reflect on many things that happened for this year. I’ll most definitely relieve all of my travel memories and some realizations and learning that I got from it.
I will be revamping the site and make a new one for 2018 because I want it to be a greater year than 2017. There will be new things and hopefully I can share more contents with you.
Nothing is perfect, that’s one thing I always keep in mind.
Next post will be the places I’ve been, the people I hang out with, the things I’ve learned and what my plans for 2018 are. I’m just ending this with a quote from Albert Schweitzer:
Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.