I remember when I finally decided to shift to Himachal away from home. I remember the excitement, the josh of it in the starting but as I got used to it I realised how different and at times difficult living alone is. Don't get me wrong, I love living here on my own but just keep reading. I've always been someone who treasures her privacy and I think my parents have a big role in that because they've always had deep belief in me. They'd never question me on my decisions, they'd never pick my phone or read my diary even if they knew it might answer alot of their questions, they never did. . Once I started living in Himachal, I realised people are so well connected and concerned about people around them, what they do, where they go, what they eat each and everything(in a very positive and concerned way). I started being asked out of concern on every trip I go, and sometimes got judged too because I live like a complete disaster so I accepted it. There are days I feel absolutely sick of living alone, having no one to talk to face to face, like I used to with my sister or roommate, there's no one to help me cook my meals which I hate doing alone, I dislike the whole idea of eating alone. I can travel alone but eating is like a task to me when alone I don't know why. As much as I love chai, I wish I had my sister by my side to play with or watch series with. There are days when I'm sick, I feel an urge of a soft hand on my head, I miss mumma's lap to sleep on and how she used to make me eat forcefully. I still get up with a heavy heart to cook sickpants a meal. I usually never tell my parents if I'm sick because that's just how I am. I don't share about my personal life on social level but I think I should do this often because you guys are no less than a family to me now. . But in the end I feel like if it wasn't for this, I wouldn't have become this strong and independent and for that every struggle is worth it. I live on my own terms and that makes me happier. .
Expressyourself:- The beauty of you is how you wear who you are🌸. •We all must realise tht expressing yourself isn't weak.Crying your heart out isn't weak. •Open up, let others know if they inspire you. •Appreciate what a person has done for you.Life is too short to bottle your feelings up. •Anything can happen in the blink of an eye. Don't desensitize yourself to the emotions. •Experience every emotion each has it's own beauty!! •Recently i realised that not conveying your emotions to the other perosn can lead to misunderstandings in relationships, so we all must express ourselves! . 🌸 I really love the mesmerizing view of dhauladhars from this point🌸. . . . . . . . #lifeisbeautifull#wintersofinstagram#ootd#winterhoodie#himalayangirls#himalyanwonderwoman#localstories#dharamshalalocal#taganshul#travelwonderer#sheisnotlost#highonhimalayas#lookbook#ootd #girlwhowanders#dhauladharview#centerpoint#dharamshala