To be honest friends, September was a really rough month. Going home to the States as well as setting out on foot to many new places in August made coming back to Taipei really difficult. September saw the start of classes and a bit more routine than I would personally like to have in my life at the moment. There is a time and a place for having set moments or places, but I’m just not there right now.
So September was a time of reflection, a bit of fake-it-until-you-make-it, and some genuinely awesome Taipei moments.
Earlier in the month, I got to post so many wonderful images of the people and flavors of Mexico. It’s a culture that makes so much sense to me and connects deep into the very roots of this wandering soul. I fear that if I ever move to Latin America, I might never leave.
When I wasn’t in Mexico, I was reuniting with family and friends after a two-year absence. I got to stay in some incredible hotels in Dallas and Scottsdale.
Back in Taipei, I couldn’t reminiscence forever. I needed to get back into the present and allow Taipei its own space for glory. This meant returning back to the drawing board of what I wanted out of life. I took so much personal time amidst my busyness to evaluate what I wanted in lifestyle and business. The result: I want a lifestyle business, one that allows me to work and promote the lifestyle that I want to live for myself. I want to be able to tell people when they ask what I’m up to that I’m building the lifestyle I’ve always wanted to achieve. So here I am: reinventing, tying up loose ends, and propelling myself forward while the rest of the world uses winter as an excuse to settle down. Autumn won’t see me fall behind in my own pursuits! Here’s to an October just as impactful as my September.