1433: Welcome to the New Year…This gotta be a GOOD LIFE!

A new day, a new year, a new beginning. Will it truly be a new beginning for you (all of you out there) and me? Or will it be like any other day? For me at least!

It’s time to reflect on your life, it’s time for change … but I have to admit that CHANGE is not easy. It takes determination and hard work and maybe a HARD kick in the butt (which I need NOW). Anyone can help me to cure this “sickness” of mine? PROCRASTINATION… I don’t always procrastinate, it comes and goes…. it all depends on my mood. Like right now, for instance. I’m supposed to be preparing a speech, but I’m right here typing an entry in my nearly forgotten blog! The truth is my heart is not in it, I don’t feel like writing a speech, my speech! But I’ll get it done, even though at the 11th hour!

So what will be my inspiration? Am looking forward to go on a short break abroad… no not Paris or London or Copenhagen or New York. Just a mere swim away to the Indonesian archipelago. This will be my 2nd trip to Jakarta and Bandung, the so-called Asian shopping haven! I secretly wished that I could travel to Turkey this winter, go on a hot air balloon ride over Anatolia, escaping from reality! But Indonesia will do, I guess. Not to forget, that my GFs and I will be heading to Bali in February 2012! Ahaha…the good life … all this traveling talk just boost my mood! Could I squeeze in more travel plans for next year? Turkey is still in my mind. Why not? It’s a beautiful country filled with heritage & history. Not to forget great food! My visit to Istanbul in 2005 has spoiled me! I guess, whoever has set foot on Constantinople will instantly fall in love with what she has to offer! It’s like a living museum, filled with culture and tradition! A sight to behold! If it was a man, I would have fallen instantly in love with him! *sigh*

Well, CHEERS to a prosperous New Year!

“to move, to breathe, to fly, to float. To gain all while you give. To roam the roads of lands remote: to travel is to live” Hans Christian Andersen