Brooklyn & Times Square | New York City

You know me and my love for the city, New York. We always go visit the city during the day, run errands and maybe for a stroll and enjoy the city. But I have never experience seeing it during the night.

On the 30th of September, we waited for friends to come by our house and pick us up for a road trip to New York. The trip started in Brooklyn. My very first time to witness another beauty (where as I always see it in photos), now I can finally see it with my own eyes.

Life Lately | Got My Second Tattoo

I have been planning on getting another tattoo for so long. I had ideas on what should I get next but having a conservative parents, getting another tattoo is impossible.

I got my first tattoo back in 2014. I asked my dad if we can get a tattoo and working in a customer service pace job is how we met and knew our tattoo artist that time. They had a place near our job and one Saturday afternoon we (by we, I meant my sister and my dad) stopped by at their tattoo shop to get inked.

2010-2019 | My Reversed Bucket List

The year has come to an end, and I must say- it was an amazing year to be honest! Got to meet new friends, new family and my heart has been in a peaceful and happiest state.

I have been away on my blog for the past few months. I promise you, I am trying my very best to keep the blog alive. And I honestly have few photos to share with you and the blog. But let me greet you all a happy new year!

2018: You Have Been the Greatest!

I’m starting to wonder, when will i ever finish this post! I have been drafting posts but ended up deleting them…so here’s another attempt to write up a year-ender post (for me to look back in the next years)!

2018 has been really crazy roller-coaster like year. A year of laughter, new life lessons and experiences!

There are honestly a million things I wanted to tell you guys, from why I am being MIA on the blog, not posting things on our page and not posting new things on my Instagram.

Friday in Providence, Rhode Island

I never get to travel a lot that’s why my most visited state is New York. And if I’m lucky, we get to visit Virginia to visit some family – but I haven’t really explored Virginia that much as like I said, we are just visiting family whenever we are in the state! So then, the first state I solo-traveled is Rhode Island. I honestly didn’t thought that I’d be taking a vacation this year – and that I will be able to go to another state!

My First Solo Travel Experience

To those people who personally know me, knows that I don’t go out that much. I’d rather stay at home – watch Netflix, a series or play video games. And for someone who is shy, quiet and awkward- this trip is really big and it did meant something for me, I must say, one of the things I have achieved before I reach 30.

I really don’t plan on going anywhere this year to be honest. I have dream places/states to visit, but it’s not my year yet. Besides, before I asked my parents about this trip, I am not a 100% sure that they’ll allow me to– but surprisingly, they did.