About goodbyes and new adventures

 Here I am, finding myself in the same situation I was one year ago when I was leaving to France to finish my studies. After only 2 months of being back home, today I’m off to China.

I have done this “leaving” thing a few times before,  it’s easy because  even though you will miss your family and friends, what you are leaving for is all that you want and will make you happy. But the return gives me mixed emotions,  on one side being back home with my family is great, but on the other I look back on the life I built and friends I made, and I will miss it dearly.

Eventually I move on , and get used to what used to be my “normal” life. But I know that during my absence so many things changed , not only around me , but I did too. With every trip I learn and grow as a woman, and get inspired to do things. I also little by little have a clearer vision of what I want in life.

On this new adventure, I feel like it’s the most challenging one yet and I have to admit that I’m a bit scared. As always though, I know I will have my family and friends to support me. My friends have seen me leave since I was 13 to go to boarding school in India, but every time I return, they are waiting for me and it’s as if I never left.  Thank you for putting up with me, I love you!

So for now I say bye bye Chile , I don’t know where this adventure will take me, but I know that I will make the most of it 🙂

Damas Island, Chile

Damas Island, Chile


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