I don’t know where I’ve been but I’ve always been here

It’s insane to think that two weeks ago I was in Japan. Living in a small apartment complex with one of my best friends that I know from Melbourne. How do I feel? How am I feeling? Well in this current moment… probably what I know I wanted to feel in a long time. Knowing that for once in my life I’m in charge of everything around me. That I know that I am here thanks to God and that whatever end goal I’m reaching, well I play a part in deciding how the journey will be. How much fun I’m going to have getting there. How many connections I will get to experience along the way. And I want to enjoy how I get there rather than worry about how it worked for others or how it’s supposed to be.

It’s not about the right or wrong way, nor are my decisions good or bad.

The world is truly your oyster (not sure how that cliche became a cliche?), and life is beautiful if you allow it to be.

So I decided that last night, having that sip of fine wine at the cafe CORNERSHOP, that things can change and situations can only be present if I allow them to be.

I no longer want to be surrounded by negativity and mindless amounts of energy wasting. It’s time to really push and move forward into the unknown. To no longer be complacent and to be more honest with my actions and decisions. Commit and trust myself.

And so I bought a book.

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Building my library…

Maxim Throwback: Ronda Rousey is the Most Dangerous Woman On Earth

Let’s just take a moment to really embrace the fact that Ronda Rousey is not only the most dangerous woman in the world, but also one of the realest athletes when it comes to the talk. Not afraid to spit out her opinion with confidence and intelligence. She speaks with class and from the sounds of it has a wide range of vocab to use in her sentences. Or i’m biased. She’s hot. Like really…

HOT!