how to find your heart: family + travel
Posted April 5, 2011on:
The easiest people to get annoyed at is family. You have to agree. I’m sure you have an experience where you go to your friend’s house and then this person starts yelling at a family member then turns to you with the sweetest voice “come on in, you must be starving.” Haha! Maybe it’s because of the comfortability that overruns the respect… I don’t know, but I for one is guilty of this especially with my younger sister. Aminado!
I’ve realized traveling is not a luxury. It is a necessity. It gives you time off to reboot the state of body and mind. You realize things, you learn, and most importantly it gives back stronger relationships. There’s always a need for change and you know you’ll never be the same person again after a travel. Inspirations: http://www.lostgirlsworld.com/ , tim ferriss - http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/category/travel/
My sisters and I make it a point to travel even once a year. Just the three of us. Last year, we went to Mt. Pulag (Philippine’s second highest peak) and this year March, we went to Hong Kong.
Getting ready. This is after the seminar. Fres. No idea it’s gonna get gruesome!
We did it! Both my sisters have their periods that time and one even had bouts of nausea and vomiting BUT WE DID IT!!! Define test of character.
The photo don’t do justice.
I miss you mt. pulag and manong guide. Kumo-congresswoman pose! haha!
Family is the number one bringer of happiness. Love for and from friends will come and go, but love for and from family is a true constant. –