After returning from a trip to India back in April last year, i realised I had one more entry left on my Indian visa. So, with it being a dream of mine since a young age to see the place that looks like its been lifted from disney movie Aladdin (favourite), i felt it only … More 24 hour vacay: Taj Mahal
Right. I have about ten blog posts drafted up of my travels, with travelling being my number one passion, coupled with writing i dont know why they take me so long to finalise and publish. I really find that my passion mostly is to write about the kind of daily shit that goes on in … More PEOPLE WILL LEAVE. LET THEM.
I’m actually writing this after just landing from a 14 hour flight, so this is about as honest real talk as you can get from a flight attendant who’s just finished those ULR (ultra long range for those not in the crew lingo know) duties across the world and back. WHO the hell invited this … More Your name’s not on the list, you’re not coming in- ANXIETY.
Before i begin this post, i want to state that I am myself guilty, of most of the points i’m going to raise. There is a considerable amount of judgement and negativity surrounding the use of social media, in partcicular it’s rather unhealthy side effect of paranoia, insecurity & that cute turned psycho behaviour pattern … More SOCIAL MEDIA: The friend or ‘frenemy?’
For the last four years, come January it has become a yearly tradition to beat those post winter, Christmas blues, pack up and set sail for those white sandy carribean shores of the Riviera Maya Mexico- Playa del Carmen and that rainbow infused hippie haven of Tulum. Mixing party with paradise, means the perfect vacay … More Postcard perfection: twirling around Tulum
I feel that since I started this blog I’ve been pretty honest and open to many of my personal ongoings [and all those mishaps] since day one so I guess I can’t really go wrong with laying my heart on the line [online] with this one… Firstly, i would like to note that i haven’t … More Living in Dubai & out of a suitcase. My single years. #thelearningcurve
For as long as i can remember i have yearned to live near to the beach, with that postcard perfect palm tree lined promenade, an ocean as blue as the sky above it and able to soak my feet in sandy stretched shores..la la la you get the idea. Now since living in Dubai for … More Finding happiness in what we have, not what we don’t. Diary entry #2