long-distance relationships are hard. And I’m not saying that because people have been saying that to me, but because of first hand experience. It is also even harder because of my love for travel and his ambitions for his own plans. I’m not trying to put blame, but I’m merely stating that we are two people with different ambitions and different dreams. We struggle in many parts of our relationship, and things keep popping up:
Detox mask is something that I love to use. As a female traveler, it’s important to take care of my skin on the road and after my journey. When I get too much exposure of the dirt and the sun or when I return from my trip, I always try to pamper my skin by putting on a detox mask. And recently, I just got my hands on a brand that I have been eyeing for many months: Samudra Skin & Sea. I finally tried their detox mask and fell in love. So, I supposed, it’s time to dedicate a post to them.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. I purchased the products mentioned and my opinions are my own.
Intrepid Travel is one of the famous travel companies in the travel community, and it has been one of my dreams to go with them on an Intrepid adventure. After a lot of planning and budgeting, I finally got the opportunity to travel with this company, and I didn’t just pick any country. I chose to go to India on their Indian Getaway adventure for 11 days. That was my very first Intrepid Travel adventure.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. Everything written was based on my own experience.
My story with Lunamar for the Planet began in 2014 when I first encountered their Instagram account. At first I was interested because of their unique name and beautiful bikinis. But after researching for awhile, I learned that Lunamar is more than just a business. They are actually an organization offering handmade bikinis from Colombia and beautiful bracelets made from sustainable materials from all over the globe. They donate a percentage of each sales to organizations located in different countries throughout the world. Like, how awesome is that?
did you know that just after a few months launching, Her Coffee Diaries was nominated for a Liebster Award. But, hang on. What does that mean?
The Liebster Award is an award meant to introduce new bloggers in the community. Each blogger who accepts nominations from a fellow blogger must then nominate 5-10 bloggers that have less than 1000 followers. They should write a post regarding the award, which includes:
I’ve heard the many stories about the Taipei 101, the tallest building in Taiwan and possibly one of the tallest building in the world. However, despite living on the island for four years, I couldn’t find the will to pay 500 TWD to get up to the observatory. Some of my friends did, but I knew I could get a better view for free. Where exactly? On Elephant Mountain, or more commonly known as Xiang Shan (象山).
since I started to travel here and there, multiple comments and questions came up about how I managed to save money for travel. I was a student, and still am until this very day, so how did I manage to travel more than the average student would? My friends and family would implicitly and explicitly comment:
So, about a few weeks ago, I went through my old travel photos and discovered wonderful moments that I had experienced back in Taiwan. This post was once written a few years ago in my free blogger account, and I think it’s time to bring it back. Everyone, let me introduce you to Houtong Cat Village. A small village located between the mountains of Taiwan and is very well known for it’s cats. Yeap, cats.
(this is a throwback post dating back to 2013, so some changes might have occurred at the cat village)
Big Magic is magic, that is honestly what I said to myself when I read this book. I didn’t even have to finish it to say it. If you don’t know what it is, let me tell you: it’s a giant bubble of inspiration and motivation (at least that’s what it is in my head). In reality, Big Magic is a book written by Elizabeth Gilbert about creative living and how to embrace it. This is a great book to read while traveling or if you need a little boost to take a step out of your comfort zone.
“SHOOT.” That was the first word that popped in my head when I received a Facebook message from my friend a few days ago. Not so long before this, she and I met up at a cafe to discuss about our travel plans to South America at the end of this year. However, due to personal reasons (which I totally understand and I do not blame her for anything), she says that she has to cancel. Just like that, the truth dawns on me: I’ll be traveling alone.