From me: I’m almost finished my time in Korea, so I finished the last of my seasonal videos. If you’re interested in what life in Busan looked like this winter and spring, check it out here!
I’ve been feeling really gross this week – some (awful) combination of yellow dust, stress, and for the past couple of days what felt like the flu. Thankfully, I’m on the mend because I leave Korea on Wednesday! Even though I’ve been looking forward to my trip and planning everything for months now, it still feels like it crept up on me somehow. But everything has been given away or packed up, and it’s time to go. I’ll be travelling through Laos, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia before doing my yoga teacher training in northern India. I get home to Canada late July. I’m excited for all of it, but of course nervous too. Great safe adventure #2! Here we go.
It’s been a good week. I got my passport back with my India visa inside! I gave away a lot of stuff and pared down my clothes even more. I booked a flight to Laos and a place to stay with my sister in Chiang Mai. Basically, things are slowly coming together like I knew they would but worried they wouldn’t. I fly out in 12 days (*maniacal laughter*) which is terrifying and so exciting. Have an absolutely wonderful weekend! xo
Well, things are ramping up around here. I have long to-do lists, boxes and bags half-packed, and an apartment getting emptier every day. I’m getting addicted to throwing things away and excited about sorting things into piles. In short: I’m starting to feel ready to travel! The big news from this week is that my sister decided to come to Thailand with me, which is making an already-exciting trip that much better. :)
For anyone kind enough to follow along in this space regularly, I want to let you know that from now on, posting will be a little more intermittent than it has been this past year. I won’t be posting regularly on Monday/Wednesday/Friday while I’m travelling, though I hope to post about once a week from the road. I will be trying to update Instagram pretty often so you can follow me there @lifeinlimboblog if you’re interested. Thank you so much for staying with me as this blog evolves, I truly appreciate it. Have an awesome weekend!
I loved the photography project You Are My Wild a couple years ago, where a group of photographers took photos of their children. The group has started a new project called Because They Don’t Last Long to capture moments, and it looks awesome.
It’s been a long week, but such a good one too. I applied for my India visa, chatted with lots of loved ones, planned my trip and got some really exciting news. I am tired and have a lot to do over the next few weeks but I’m jazzed about all of it. I hope you have an amazing weekend!