“When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” – Paulo Coelho This spring, I’m risking my job, waistline, and bank balance and moving to Paris for four weeks to follow my dreams. I’m traveling alone to Paris for around a month, and I’m so excited. Sometimes, you do just have to follow your heart and do what’s best for you. Of course, I am leaving everything behind for a while. One of my biggest concerns is my home. As all of my possessions are at home, I’m hoping that they will still be there when I return. One of my friends knew that I’d be worried about this, so she suggested that I install some Home security alarms to keep my home safe from any potential burglars that notice I’m not at home. Perhaps an alarm system might be a good idea, it’s something…Continue Reading
The amazing street art at Zagreb // Photos and stories from a week in Croatia // Memories from the Balkans // Dubrovnik, Split, and Zagreb
  After a ten hour-long bumpy bus ride from Milan, a grumpy Su and I landed in the Croatian capital at seven in the morning. We had spent three-quarters of the journey chatting away, and we finally managed to doze off just when the bus driver made a pit stop. The entire bus crowd, which had been sound asleep only a minute ago, roared awake and rushed into the supermarket. It was almost like a scene from “The walking dead.” One among these zombies was Su, who forced me to join this madness. I don’t know about you, but at 3 in the morning, I’d pick laziness and sleep over food and discomfort. We grabbed some croissants and banana-flavored yogurt (Yum!) before heading back and falling to disturbed sleep, simply to be interrupted once again. We fluttered our eyes open to find the bus driver solemnly ushering everyone outside and when we asked the driver what was going on, he muttered something in…Continue Reading