I don't go to weddings that often. In fact, I've only been to 3 weddings in my entirety--quite uncommon for one of Indian descent. By now, I should have probably witnessed 20 of my cousins tie the knot and 4 of my friends follow suit.
I took the Meyer-Briggs personality test back in high school. Even though I have changed so much through the years, the INTJ designation I got seems to hold true.
However, instead of thinking today, all I have been doing is feeling.
Ugh. I'm not ready to write this post. I had probably one of the best years of my life as a 24 year-old, so I'm being whiny and annoying about adding another number to my life clock. It's hard to move on from that carefree and magical year.
Alrighty then, who is up for another Travel Talk? This time around we have Glacier National Park, Montana! Hopefully these are helpful for someone out there who stumbles upon these beautiful destinations.
It's amazing how fast we can forget.
Our brain can hold only so many vivid memories, and just like old newspapers, the older memories start to yellow and curl at the edges to the point that it is difficult to discern the details.
And then there are memories we will never forget the details of...
I'm pretty real on this platform, if you have not noticed yet. I'd like to think in normal life, I'm moderately direct and real as well.
I recently made a career change. It was very difficult to commit to because I had so much stability going for me. But they say change is good right?
Right. Well, wrong. Well, right and wrong....here's the truth about making huge life changes.
I thought it would be fun to recap some of the travels I've done in the past and take a break from publicly publishing my deepest worries in life. Sounds like a plan? Great.
So.....here we begin with Banff!!