Being a part of a Female Digital Group got me thinking, how do these women balance their time working while traveling? I don’t have a solid blogging schedule that I follow and I prioritise my work more than my personal blog and businesses but I’m looking to change that this year. I have read a
We just got home from our ATV Jungle Excursion in Chiang Mai (Huay Tung Tao) and boy did we have a blast! Today’s blog review is going to be different because for the first time, AL3 is going to write his review about our recent ATV adventure. 🙂 We booked this tour with our Hostel,
It’s August 11, 6:36am. A bit of shower here in Chiang Mai. Wow. Time does fly when you’re having fun. I fell asleep early last night while watching a movie on my phone and I don’t remember putting it on the table. My eyeglasses sitting on the side. My husband must’ve fixed my things before
“At the beach, life is different. Time doesn’t move hour to hour but mood to moment. We live by the currents, plan by the tides and follow the sun. “ – Sandy Gingras “Friends, sun, sand and sea. That sounds like a summer to me.” – Unknown Sunshine is the best medicine. “I believe in
“Roller-coaster ride in the ocean.” That’s the best way to describe our recent island hopping trip. It’s Monsoon season and it did felt like that when we explored the beautiful islands in Thailand. But we were so blessed that we didn’t experience any rain or else the waves would’ve been unforgiving than it already is.
Whether you’re planning for a trip, need a boost in your current one or just got home from your vacation, there’s definitely a travel quote for you.
In the search for all things amazing, I have stumbled across hostels that are “unique”. After all, it’s not everyday you see a Boeing turned into a hostel. Today, there are so many hostels around the world and each one is unique from the other. Hoping one day I get to visit each one and
Prepare to drool ^_^ I want to visit Seoul soon and hopefully we get to spend Christmas there 🙂 What are your favorite Korean products?
Is it high time to break up with your routine? Wake up. Pray. Go to the bathroom. Read. Meditate. Stretch. Cook breakfast. Shower. Start work. Take a break. Cook lunch. Go to the gym. Strength train. Shower. Go home. Prep dinner. Watch movies. And the list goes on and on. Familiar? If you’re like me,
Working from home, or wherever I am for that matter, helped me learn how to plan things out. Looking back in my school years, it makes me think hard how I did so many things in such a little time. I mean, all of those assignments, research papers, projects, etc. but now that I’m working,