I used to think I was immune to UTI. In fact, I prided myself to be the only woman in the family not to have experienced the whole ordeal – my aunts had it, my cousin (younger than me) and my mom contracted the disease.
Being alone can sometimes be sad but most of the time, it’s liberating as it allows you to visit the depths of your mind that are normally out-of-bounds, drowned by the chatter and expectations of society. It can be meditative too.
Sundays, I FaceTime you, and you always smile when you see me onscreen, like I am something to behold despite my puffy morning face, unruly hair and grumpy demeanor.
Everything is temporary. Life can go bad but when things are well, you will compare the present with the past and be thankful for it has brought you to new places.
What does everyone want? What do you want? Me, I want to be happy. I want success. Don’t you? The problem is that most of us stumble on the meaning of happiness, because we don’t know what happiness really is. Is it getting praises for a job well done? Is it shopping for vintage Dior? Is it lounging on your bed all day? Or maybe eating all you can in a five-star hotel?
Salveo Acupuncture clinic has a newly opened branch in Alam Sutera and I was given a free pass to try it! Since it’s my first time to try acupuncture, I was both anxious and excited at the same time. Lucky for me, one of my friends was also given a free pass so there was two of us to cheer each other on in case of… cold feet.