Lists are fun. I don’t know why humans like lists so much, I know I do. I came across these 5 to 1 countdown personal lists over at Liz’s blog Be Love Live and I thought I’d give them a go. Continue reading “5 to 1 – Short Personal Lists”
Europe is the best continent. The diversity it offers is immense. The history it contains is rich. The flavors it provides are succulent. It has something for everyone.
I feel like people in Europe know how to live. With so many places to visit, I give you here just 7 that are definitely worth exploring. Continue reading “7 Cities To Visit In Europe”
A little bit ago I shared with you 13 movie recommendations to inspire you to travel. But I didn’t want to stop at 13 and I created a second list with 11 more movies for you to watch. I am a travel and food obsessed film buff, and I just had to share my passion for all these three things with you. I hope you haven’t seen some of these and enjoy them! Continue reading “11 More Travel Movies To Inspire You”
When I finished my first list, I realized there were more things I wanted to include, so I made a second list.
It is nice to reminisce about the big and small, the fun, the accomplishing, and the brave things I have done in my life. There are many of these that I had forgotten about or rarely think about up until I started proactively thinking about points to add to the list. Even if you haven’t traveled far, I am sure many of you can sit down and think about many things you have overcome or felt proud of in your life, even if it was a small thing in the eyes of others. I invite you to make your own list and do it either privately or share it.
So here’s my next 25: Continue reading “25 More Things I Did Before Turning 25”
I recently came across Gandhironak blog post and since I am 25 now, I was inspired to write my own. You can do a lot in a quarter of a decade, but I can’t even imagine all the other things I will do in the next 25 years.
So before I turn 26, here are 25 things I did before turning 25: Continue reading “25 Things I Did Before Turning 25”
I am not one for sitting down and writing down my New Year Resolutions or even thinking about them. If I ever did make some as a teenager, I don’t remember ever achieving them. I gave up long time ago, mostly because I don’t care that much. I’m pretty okay with how I have and am living my life.
So in honor of that, this year I am making a “Fuck It List” and I invite you to do the same. Continue reading “Forget about New Year’s Resolutions. This year, I’m making a Fuck It List.”
Apparently comfort is for lazy asses and kittens.
Apparently comfort doesn’t buy happiness.
Apparently as humans, we were never meant to be constantly comfortable, because our cavemen ancestors really weren’t.
According to Dennis Corsi’s post, comfort is overrated and the statements above are true. He says that in comfort there is no sense of adventure or living life at its fullest. I’m not completely sure if I agree with any of the above, but it made me think.
I mean… If given the (free) choice, I will always prefer flying in First Class than Economy. I’ll embrace the adventure once I land, thanks. Continue reading “Embracing Discomfort & What Is A Growth List?”
When I lived in India last summer I made two posts of lists of things I missed from the US.
Now that I’ve been back in the US for 7 months, it is interesting to go back and read these lists and see what things I have satisfied. Continue reading “27 Things I Missed From The USA When I Lived In India”