Hear My Heart Out | 02

I’ll give you a heads up, this post is long overdue. I have drafted this post around May 2020 and meant to post this, I promise – but I just was so hesitant that I couldn’t post it. But here I am trying to finish and actually posting it.

It’s been so long since I shared something relationship-wise, an update of the series I did— “Hear My Heart Out”, which was first released two years ago.

And honestly, I didn’t thought that the series will have a follow-up. But hey, this is good and something I want to remember.

Reasons I Am Thankful For My Long Distance Relationship

Being in a long distance relationship is not easy. I know, I’ve been to two long distance relationships and currently in a long distance relationship AGAIN. You might wonder, have I not learned anything from my past relationships? Oh honey, I have learned a LOT.

“Your absence has not taught me how to be alone; it has merely shown me that when together we cast a single shadow on the wall.” —Doug Fetherling

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!

Lessons I’ve Learned From My Past Relationship

It’s funny that I’m writing this, and you probably will laugh about it and say, “Oh, she isn’t over with him yet. It’s been a year, move on girl!” Actually I’m over with it. This will be just few realizations I had over the year.

Every people we come across and even who left a remarkable note in our life will always leave a life lesson — either you’ll keep it your entire life and learn from it. Relationships are tough, and I’m sure breakups will make you a stronger person. With every tear you shed and smile you had, it will always teach us a lesson.

I’ve been in a relationship before and after a year of the break up, here I am – much focused on work, family and myself. Other than that, that breakup taught me few life and love lessons and reason why I’m writing this post is  to share them to you.