Ahh. Life lately has been incredibly lazy yet very productive at the same time. Weird, I know hehe. I’ve lacked the time to draft a lot of posts, but I’m making up for lost time. Drafting two today! This post plus one about our day trip in Florence (which was a year, oops). Anyway, I have been writing a lot though outside the online world, it helps to ease my mind. Sometimes I also find myself randomly doodling or writing to help keep my thoughts at bay. It’s also been quite an eventful past few weeks for the world, a lot of tragedies, a lot innocent lives lost. Praying for their souls and their grieving families and friends, I’m sure one day we’ll all find peace.
Hi guys! I’m pretty sure you’ve all noticed that my posts aren’t consistent. Sometimes I post every week, other times every month, it varies. It’s hard to keep up while also having a full-time job! So I’ve decided to feature some guest posts every now and then. Today, I’m sharing with you guys a collaborative post written by Ivy Oliver. Enjoy! 🙂
You’ll have heard people say it before, but travelling really does change you. When you go away for a long time to explore the world, you come home with new experiences and having learnt some tough lessons. Travelling is full of adventures and challenges. You’ll have a great time, but also learn a lot by doing so. Here are six ways travelling changes you for the better:
I have a different kind of post for you guys today! Sharing with you a few photos of my Me and My Big Ideas (MAMBI) Happy Planners! Click the read more tab below to see inside of these beautifffffful planners!
More than a year has gone by since I was in Europe and I know I should’ve written this a loooooong time ago, while the momentum was high but here we are. I’ll try to recollect my thoughts and hope that I have some sort of content for my Pisa post.
We were almost half way through our vacation and we had just arrived in Florence in the morning, travelled from Venice by train which took about 2-ish hours. We met up with the owner of the apartment we had rented out for two days (we booked through booking.com). She showed us around the apartment which was on the 4th floor (with no elevator! Woo that was a work out, the stairs were high!). It didn’t look like much from the outside but it was quite nice on the inside – you can see pictures and read more about our apartment in my other blog post here.
A few months ago I was super excited to receive this new book in the mail. I opened the package to an eye-catching yellow cover with “Break Free” written in huge black font. It read, “Don Soriano went from bankrupt with 500,000 debt to business owner and financially free in less than 3 years.” It caught my attention immediately!
Hallllloooooo! I know I know, it’s been a while since I’ve last written a post and I say it all the time, haha! But to be really honest, lately, blogging has felt more like extra work! One of the reasons why I started this blog was because I wanted a creative outlet away from the corporate world. It’s supposed to be fun, inspiring. Most of you probably know I work full time – I’m at my work for 10 hours a day, 5 days a week – the majority of my time is spent in front of a laptop screen and the last thing I want to do when I get home is get in front of the computer again!
Hi guys!!! Hope you’ve all had a great start to the year 🙂 Mine’s been great so far and I’m finally back to regular blogging! I have A LOT of back logs coming up in the next few months. Mainly – finishing off my Venice, Rome, Florence, Pisa, Israel and La Union posts! So excited to share them with you guys 😛
For our second touring day in Venice we spent most of it exploring the St. Mark’s area. If you missed my first post on Venice, click here.