When I plan a holiday or a trip somewhere there is often many months of waiting and longing, but when it is four weeks left it suddenly feels very soon and I start getting nervous. I love that feeling! Today there are exactly four weeks left to departure for my next Thailand trip and where me and my boyfriend will spend 99 days. We’re going to meet old friends, new friends, new people, relatives and enjoy amazing food everyday. We’re going to watch many sunsets and a few sunrises and play pool bar feet with sand between our toes. We’re going to dance to reggae tunes under starry skies and walk kilometres everyday on an almost empty beach. And many many other
About five weeks to go now. I’m getting excited. Time is finally passing by a little bit faster. I’m talking about my 7th trip to Thailand and South East Asia, my 5th trip there that will be over three months long. Oh how I am longing now. Best of all is that I’m going with my partner and he has only spent 3,5 weeks there last year with me and had to study for final exams while he was there. This time we’re both totally off work and studies and we’ll be able to enjoy this amazing place on earth together, with no disruptions.
I’m very much a beginner doing Yoga. Been doing it actively on my own or together with my partner for only a few weeks. During the last two sessions I’ve done, I’ve noticed that I’m getting a lot more flexible in my joints and muscle. I love it! Will definitely continue doing yoga.
“What seems like the right thing to do could also be the hardest thing you ever had to do. “
A true statement and a little similar to how I feel right now. I have to accept something, that I really don’t want to accept although I know it is the right thing to do in this particular situation.
Before we left Málaga early December, we’ve got to see the yearly Christmas decoration in the city. They go all in with Christmas Lights. Lets overdo it and spend all the money we have left. I mean…..after all, there is an economic crisis in the country.
I found this quote on the Facebook page “Spiritual Awakenings and it suits me very well at this time. I should read it over and over again to encourage myself.
“Close the door to the habits that have been holding you back, change the record, clean the house, and get rid of the dust and dirt. Stop denying yourself a fair chance. Stop being who you were, and become who you really are.”
About a year ago I was planning some big changes in my life. I got started with some of the plans, but gave them up for no valid reason, when I felt life was not cooperating with me. Time to start over again, be more insistent, get happy and live the dream. The Journey begins again.