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!

Unexpected Ferry Ride | New York

New York City will always have a special place in my heart. I remember telling myself that I would go to this place in New York when the right time comes! And being in the city made me fall in love with it a thousand times more.

Weekend Getaway | Princeton University, NJ

Princeton University is a private Ivy League reasearch university in Princeton, New Jersey. Founded in 1746 in Elizabeth as the College of New Jersey, Princeton is the fourth-oldest institution of higher education in the United States and one of the nine colonial colleges chartered before the American Revolution. The institution moved to Newark in 1747, then to the current site nine years later, and renamed itself Princeton University in 1896. (Wikipedia: Princeton University)

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.