I am your future currently roaming around Southeast Asia to avoid going home. You might be disappointed on how you turned out to be me. My younger self, I know you had a lot of things you wanted to achieve. That notebook you got when you were 14 to keep a list of your short-term and long-term goals, I still remember it. I hope you’re happy that you have achieved half of those.
Millennials make up a generation of young entrepreneurs, start-up enthusiasts, travellers, and people who try their best to have a work-life balance. All of those things, I have tried on my own. I am part of this generation and I have already embraced it completely. We are part of a community that has the confidence and has self-awareness that we can make a change to the world. I am part of a generation that makes solo female travel possible. Continue reading “9 Things Solo Female Travel Has Taught Me”
A small country located on the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia, Brunei lies in peace with small population and remains unknown to many. It was my first out-of-the-country destination and unlike many others, I did not go there for a travel vacation or leisure. I went to Brunei for a very personal reason but just like many others, I had that same concerns of traveling to this little country (eg. The Sharia Law, being non-muslim, transportation, etc) especially it was my first time and I was going solo trying to find that puzzle piece. Continue reading “5 Reasons Why I Keep Coming Back To Brunei”
Hola! So this is my first post on this blog. I don’t know what to write to be honest. I think that’s the difficult part – to start. I am just going to let it flow so bear with me. A lot of questions are flowing in about quitting my job.