Archive for January, 2011

Home is where the heart is

Posted: 28th January 2011 by admin in Uncategorized

so currently I’m stretched out very thin.  I need to remind myself that the way I’ve lived is a privilege but it is so difficult.  Sometimes I wish that I was like my cousins who live minutes away from my Grandmother and lead a very normal life.  Normal may be boring but sometimes it feels […]

My top 10 reasons for going on vacation as a TCK

Posted: 27th January 2011 by admin in Uncategorized

1) To get away – I think to really appreciate where you currently live, you have to leave it, and then come back. When you come back, if the place you live doesn’t excite you… its not the place to be living in for much longer. 2) Take a break! There’s a reason why we […]

The Year 2010 in Review

Posted: 14th January 2011 by admin in Uncategorized

Originally posted on my blog: 2010 had to be the worst year I have ever had. The good news is, it’s over. The bad news is, you get to hear about it. The real news is that these lessons learned from that year have brought me a lot of success which you can apply to […]

My Shoe Journey #1

Posted: 6th January 2011 by admin in Uncategorized   I stay anonymous on my blog, thus you won’t see my real name and gender on the blog. If any of you are cringing, thinking “I don’t want to see another blind praise on Jimmy Choo on blogosphere,” I assure you – it’s not that.

The world is full of migrants

Posted: 1st January 2011 by admin in Uncategorized

The whole world is full of migrants. And everyone has these problems of migration: culture shock– because you leave habits at home, and suddenly recognize what a habit is– and the effort you have to make to create new habits which is exhausting and freeing at the same time—- because you can get rid of […]

Here’s to 2011

Posted: 1st January 2011 by admin in Uncategorized

For the longest time I feel like I haven’t belonged to anywhere or anyone, but recently I’ve realized that with every passing New Year I am learning something new.  Every year I grow a little more.  Everything takes time of course and it seems fitting that finally at the age of 19 and fresh in […]