Months in Review – November 2013

The ‘Scorpio’ month was also the month where I celebrated my Birthday. But this year, I’ve blown out the candles at a beachfront restaurant in Bali on 2-Nov. It was something incomparably meaningful with exhilarated feeling. Having a birthday cake by the beach with the sound of the waves, leads you to a peaceful moment of realistic thinking; essentially about your future life plans.

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Moments – The Awesome & Terrified.

The Terrified.

In essence where my highest hope that nothing disturbing will happen during the birthday month, I was completely wrong once again. On the down side somewhere in end of November, I’ve been dreadfully de-motivated; however this was entirely caused by a third person.

But before that, let me share with you a secret, and that is, I have a trust issue since I was a kid.

Unceasingly, I have this freakish and psychotic belief that I MUST NOT trust anyone in this beautiful world. I assume to have this persuasion of trust-disease due to my hurtful past experience. The disease has grown until today, and it’ll never get cured. Ultimately, the equation is fairly simple:

If (Person A > persuasive) {A = “Tiny Trustworthy” ;} else {A = “Lasting Liar” ;}

I’ve had a huge misconception by placing a small percentage of my trust towards this person – A person whom I have much honored from the very beginning. By some means, I have lost my trust altogether after several unbelievable incidents happened. For that reason, my heavy-heartedly regret extended to this person who has broke my trust in the time of my charmingly, birthday month; the person is now in my agitating list and no longer substantial to be standing at the corner of my life.

The Amazing.

Naturally, there will always be a good side of life.

God has always been fair, especially during the time where you least expected pleasant things to happen. Apart from the amazing Bali trip in early November, I have received more and more tremendous wishes and compassionate thoughts from amazing friends in here.

A couple of readers have expressed that they can relate my stories to their life; others were getting some fresh ideas. To my surprise, I was confessed by several kind-hearted people that they’ve bookmarked my blog and eagerly waiting for newer entries (sorry I haven’t been posted much lately, but I will never neglect my blog as I’ve said). And I have likewise been approached by few travelers asking for my Bali trip reviews (now I felt too much of guilt, but in a gratifying way) 🙂

Besides that, in November, I have also discovered these awesome and inspirational people that alongside, motivates me to start a new project next year.

Eventually, this has never come to my expectation. On 30-Nov, I’ve signed up for a new class/course but I’ll share more about it in 2014, once the outcome is turning more factual.

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My November Favorite Picks.

Numerous of my favorite selection in November presented in photos below:

  1. Random make-up stuff and nail buffer I purchased at a warehouse sale – all items were about 70% discount and completely worth the money.
  2. A maroon wallet and a maroon bracelet that I purchased from Rip Curl at Bali, Indonesia – just to match the color with my iPhone’s casing, lol!

And I stumbled upon this list of fascinating links during November:

(*Derek-but famously known as Earl, Sab, and Marcello will now be in my favorite-travel-reading bucket)

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Well, see you again next year my aging, baby month! December reviews and wrap up coming up in next post! 🙂

“What you do every day matters more than what you do once in a while.” ― Gretchen Rubin

Currently Listening: No Doubt – Running

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