So just last week me and my best friend Kat decided to embark on another venture this time we’re heading out of the country. Since it was our first time going out of the country together she booked our flight months in advance to take advantage of the low airline fares.
We also found ourselves an affordable hotel which was very accessible to their train system and to the major tourist attractions.
So with a lot of planning especially on Kat’s part since she is a seasoned traveler she already drafted our itinerary and even secured us tickets to the USS (Universal Studios in Singapore) one of the main highlights of my trip. (Thanks Bes! You’re the best)
I have always believed in the age old adage that life begins at the end of your comfort zone and that sometimes we have to veer out from the ordinary to experience the extraordinary things in life which give us much more meaning.
So finally just last week I was able to tick off another item in my list which was Scuba Diving! 🙂 Yey! 🙂 Cheers to more new adventures and experiences. Been planning to do this for some time now but I wasn’t really keen on pursuing it that much until just recently wherein I messaged my friend from school Rykiel who also happens to be a licensed scuba diver already and is very much involved in this sport since she finds it calming under the sea when the only thing you can hear is the sound of your breathing. It’s like meditating in a whole new world underwater! 🙂
It has so far been a whirlwind of events again for me the past few weeks since school started once again and work had been nothing short of amazing. They say that when you choose a job you should also choose a boss you can be comfortable working with, comfortable discussing your career plans and probably the things you need to further hone and improve your skills.
I was glad that for the past year or so since I’m already turning a year older in our company and another year older also in my age since June 3 marks my natal day my boss had been supportive since Day 1 teaching me things beyond my comfort zone and being supportive in my studies.