The Ultimate Guide to have The Courage to Change

This article began almost a year ago. I usually end my writing in a day or a week, but not this one. I sensed that it could be a long journey of a new perspective. I spent 2016-2018 in Phuket, one of the most popular, beautiful islands in Thailand. Life was chilled and relaxed, with…

Easy Yoga Poses To De-Stress On The Plane

Have you ever felt stressed while flying? You know, that feeling of unease during those hours spent without any form of physical movement? You are not alone. As a yoga instructor and digital nomad, 90% of my traveling is usually done with a laptop and my backpack. After completing a three weeks’ adventure spanning four…

Left for Ubud (Part Two): Solo Traveling in Ubud, Bali

I love how unique the city is, but just like in Thailand … it is starting to attract more and more tourists, and tourism will soon become an industry here. But the essence of Ubud still remains, you can’t change who or what you are. The culture, art, and way of life remain. However, Ubud…

Left for Ubud (Part One): Solo Traveling in Ubud, Bali

I don’t want to define who I am, but through my journey, I have discovered that; I am a Pig. In the Chinese zodiac, it is believed that the water pig is gentle, modest, earnest, and responsible but subjective in life. I am a type five enneagram. I have a fear of being useless, helpless…

Solo Traveling in Himalayas, Nepal

Started from “Into Thin Air” by Jon Krakauer 2 years ago Then “Buried In The Sky” by Peter Zuckerman And “Eiger Dreams” by Jon Krakauer This trip is inspired by the true story of the 1997 Mt. Everest Disaster. Jon’s description in his best-selling book did not scare me, rather, the Everest Basecamp became “a…