Inspirational Monday

Never regret anything because at one time, it was exactky what you wanted.

''If I could tell my 22 year old self just one thing, it would be not to self-blame and regret all decisions made.''

This shot was taken at Victoria State Library (Melbourne), year 2014, right before I threw my mortarboard into the air. It signified the start of all hardship and was the turning point in my life where I learnt what I want out of life and stopped giving a F for bullshit in any form. My friend might not know this but the 2 full weeks spent with her, indirectly changed my life. If you are reading this, thank you from the bottom of my heart. 

In case you haven't stopped by in a while, we took a week off last week which has never happened on Real Life Nerd. We needed some time to read a book, build castle in the sky and refocus on unrealized goals. Have you encountered life changing moments that you wished didn't happen but you are now thankful for? Please share :)

Nerd Travels // Tasmania Day 7 + Day 8

Day 7

So guys, Ms.Nerdy heard about MONA [Museum of Old and New Art] through travel blogs. Felt intrigued so without even hesitating, I bought a pass [Ferry tickets + Museum Pass] in advance and went solo. To be honest, I was extremely excited about the fact that I'm going to an artsy place. Like for once not spending my time in the supermarket comparing prices of chocolate chip cookies, manufacturing dates of peanut butter and wandering on the streets like a homeless person. No judgments people!

Visit to the museum was something way out of my comfort zone. Thought I could do art museums in the dark but not till I accidentally bumped into an Eypyptianmummycasket thangthatmademelosemysoul. Phew~

After visiting, my instinct told me to get a bottle of beer and dessert. So that's what I did! Moo brew beer and chocolate eclairs on the roof top garden of MONA with seaview and flying seagulls. #diva

Day 8

Hobart > Melbourne

Final day in Tassie. Urgh don't wanna leave...but a girl's gotta do what she's gotta do. Packed up, went for the final breakfast at <Machine Laundry Cafe> then headed straight to the airport. [Food review

here

]

I've been to Melbourne in year 2014. Melbourne looks the same but weirdly enough, everything felt different to me. Last year I was in the midst of graduating, had little-to-none worries, was in a stable relationship, had a dream, was jobless and had no idea where my direction was career wise. Basically a zero. As at today, everything has changed. I'm single, financially sufficient, have a vision, been to several countries I've not step foot in and ultimately started my career and a blog that I feel blessed about. 

Travelling makes me think of what I've had and what I have. What about you? Also, how gorgeous is my faux fur scarf from

Asos.com

?

Thank you for reading and Happy Wednesday!

Don't wanna miss out future Nerdyness? Follow me on 

Bloglovin'

 and

Instagram

<3

Image and video hosting by TinyPic
/
Follow

Nerd Travels // Tasmania Day 5 + Day 6

DAY 5

Coles Bay > Hobart

If there really is a day where I could climb those slopes and walk across Freycinet National Park just once more, I would. Yet again, I felt my heartbeat and noticed it slowing down as I stood at the edge of Wineglass bay's lookout point and on the curvy bridge gazing upon the endless Tasman Sea. Life is beautiful, only when you start noticing it. 

DAY 6

Had an amazing brunch at Jackman & McRoss [Yummylicious review

here

] followed by an easy stroll around Battery Point. Loved it. Lucky ass us because the weather was too beautiful to be true and we saw Mount Wellington with snow drizzles from afar! Drove to Salamanca Place then did some dora exploration with little brother. On a side note, little did we know that we have le unintentional bad ass face. So proud of it, thanks mum!

Thank you for reading and Happy Wednesday.

Don't wanna miss out future Nerdyness? Follow me on 

Bloglovin'

 and

Instagram

<3

Image and video hosting by TinyPic
/
Follow