I love new years. It’s like opening a shiny new notebook with blank pages awaiting to be written. You can also compare it to starting a chapter in a new book that you’ve been longing to begin. New years are like rest buttons that you need to start anew. At the same time, it also means reflecting on the past year in order to start your year right.
There are so many reasons why I love the month of November. Its the month of transitioning holidays: from end of Halloween to start of Christmas countdown. If you’ve been to Tokyo or somewhere with four seasons, November is the perfect time to see the autumn leaves. And personally, I love November because its my birth month. 💖
If you follow my online footprint (aka my old blog), you probably noticed that I’ve been on a long hiatus when it comes to blogging. What happened? Well, life happened.
As a fan of so many TV shows, I like it when an episode starts with, “Previously, on…” It helps me catch up on the things that I missed or reminds me of the important parts that happened. Not that I owe anyone an explanation on why I went missing, but part of my obsessive-compulsive self wants to explain why I moved to a new space, why I have a new blog, and the list goes on. But I won’t let you go through the boring parts, or even make you snore in the middle of this blog post. I guess I’ll just have to make a shortcut and get on straight to the point.