Okay, I’m a bit late on my New Years post but better late than never right? I’ve been back at work for a couple of days now but my mind is still on vacation mode. I’m already excited for the weekend! Anywayyy, the start of year has already been pretty hectic. I haven’t had much time to really think about my goals for the new year or even reflect on 2016, but I’ve finallyyy had some time to breathe and write.
2016 is finally here! Another 366 days to fill with laughter, love, smiles and pretty anything really. As my first blog post for the year I wanted to bring a little positivity into my blog so here are some of my favorite quotes to welcome you all to the new year! Also, my one and only new years resolution (blog related) is to post more often!
2015 is just around the corner and reflecting back to it now is making me feel all nostalgic. It’s been one hell of a year. It’s been a year of traveling and exploring. Food trips and concerts. A year of learning. Learning about myself, about my job, how to commute on my own in Manila, how to start a blog. I took risks. I failed, but I also succeeded. I’ve done so much this year and I’m very proud of myself. What an amazing year it’s been! 2016, I’m ready for yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!
2015 is almost over, 25 days left to be exact, which means it’s time to start planning an epic 2016! If you’re like me and love to stay organized and document things, planners are an essential part of your day to day life. Viviamo started making these planners 10 years ago and after going through the 2016 Belle de Jour Power Planner, you can see why they’ve been around for so long. It’s my first time to use a BDJ planner and I can say it is definitely one of the best. Read more to take a quick look inside!
Everyone loves to travel! I have yet to meet anyone that hates to travel and although sometimes we tend to make excuses (myself included) about how we don’t have money to travel, no time to travel, and the list goes on. But I’ve learnt lately that travel doesn’t have to be expensive. You don’t need to stay in a fancy hotel or eat 6 course meals to say that you’ve traveled well (although there’s nothing wrong with splurging every once in a while). Travel should be about the experiencing the best of life, discovering the world, discovering yourself.