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Missing London

13 September 2015

 

 

I’m thinking of moving back to London!

Currently I’m travelling in Asia, and although I’ve “‘only” been away for 1 month, I’m already tired of all the travelling. Not trying to sound spoiled here, but this entire year I’ve been living in a suitcase mostly – and honestly – it gets to you after a while.

I’ve reached a point where I’ve stopped enjoying the destinations and travelling itself as I usually do. When someone become this numb, it’s time for a break in my opinion.

 

I really miss having a base and living a more normal life. I think I also need to have some form of stability in order to have my life in order.

At the moment I feel a little bit all over the place, with no set routines etc. Plus there are tons of things I want to get done, but being on the road is very distracting and hard to keep up with a discipline.

 

 

I’m still in Kuala Lumpur at the moment, and will be here for the rest of the week. Need to gather my mind and think things through properly. I do feel strongly of returning to London, because I think it’s the best decision in so many aspects. Plus I really miss my friends over there, and the city itself.

The only thing I’m dreading is the weather, but hopefully if I try and travel somewhere warm as often as I can, then the winter season won’t feel too painful. :) And anyway, winters in London are quite mild. The only annoying part is lack of sun at times and cold indoors! Everyone who ever lived in London knows exactly what I’m talking about. šŸ˜€

 

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5 Responses to “Missing London”

  1. steven says:

    Enjoy your time in Asia and experience the culture for memories and personal knowledge.

  2. steven says:

    Enjoy your time in Asia and experience the culture for memories and personal knowledge.

  3. steven says:

    Enjoy your time in Asia and experience the culture for memories and personal knowledge.

  4. steven says:

    Enjoy your time in Asia and experience the culture for memories and personal knowledge.

  5. lea says:

    I think you know the best what suits you especially after that much time to think about it, so now its just time to act upon it. I think london is great in many ways, and there are so many opportunities just around the corner,
    i know the feeling about living from the suitcase and yes its totally tireing
    its funny that i am saying this cause i am moving in two weeks to different country (again =]) but i also hope for some stability
    i am nor really fan of routines but they are sometimes needed
    with that said good luck and hopefully i meet you in london someday or somewhere nice =]

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