Living abroad is a good way to grow as a person. It has challenged my ideas about the way life should be and forced me to come out of my comfort zones. As an introvert living abroad has helped to interact with people more causing me to grow. Here are the top lessons I learned
Kuwait lacks a party scene for various reasons and because of this people take it upon themselves to create fun. I strongly believe that fun is what you make it. However, I’m here to tell you about these lame “house parties”. I’m questioning if they really could be called parties to began with because unless
One weekend I planned on going to Al Shaheed Park to walk around and get some fresh air. This place is a slice of heaven because it is filled with trees and water. A complete contrast to the sandy car parks and sporadic plant life. The main reason I don’t go or go anywhere is
“Bonjour” the cashier says. My response “Hello”. I did not respond in English because I expect everyone to know my language. As an introvert, I have a script to help me talk to people and Bonjour is not part of that script. I should have practiced beforehand is what I think to myself. Preplanning for an
I want to take you back to the first time I was able to scratch my travel itch. The place that popped my traveling cherry – so to speak. Since then, I have seen different places and practically been on every continent. My first travel experience was when I was a senior in High School.