In life we’re often placed in circumstances where the struggle to accept our defeat and move further becomes really hard. Even when all the facts are already lying right before our eyes, we can’t seem to let go of all the things, people or problems that’s hindering us from being okay. But that’s life, we’ve had to deal with the hard times, we’ve had to battle all those fears, we’ve had to keep on fighting. But there’s one begrudging truth amongst all of these though– that no matter how much we try to keep going, when we don’t learn how to let go of the relationships and the opportunities that could’ve been, I’m afraid to say but we might just be making ourselves a subject to not just pain but failure as well.
Before you start reading, I just want to let you know that I'm writing this post without an idea of what it's going to be about. It sounds ridiculous but how do I start expressing my thoughts about this blog turning two today?! I honestly don't know how I have gotten this far with blogging but I'm aware that there have been backlogs the entire time. I wasn't able to write all the stuff I wanted to write etc. But the blog kept going, and more than that, YOU kept reading.
It's been years since we last talked, last communicated with one another. It's been quite a while since I saw your last update on social media.
Finally, it's 2017! All the fireworks, the noise and the happy faces all around — all marked the coming of this brand new year. I really do not have much to post but I wouldn't want to miss the chance of writing an entry for The Sunday Currently on a New Year. Well, I hope you had a wonderful new year's eve celebration last night. My family however, we didn't do much of a celebration. We just stayed at home and watched movies from drama, comedy to action. My sister Tina and I also got to watch the livestream of the all-famous lights / water / fireworks show at Dubai Downtown. Someday, I'll get to watch it live in front of my eyes. Anyway, here's my Sunday Currently.
I live an ordinary life; striving and making it work in the giant sandpit aka Dubai. My life isn't perfect (I wish it was!) But I guess there's something about the imperfection in my journey that makes it worth the write and share. I believe that we don't have to have everything figured out because if we do, a lifetime won't be enough.
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