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Hand in hand, that’s worth the return

Hi all,

I just got back from an amazing holiday in south east Asia and I miss it already. I had a mini adventure with a group of lovely people, and lived almost like a local for 2 weeks. It was all amazing, the food, the people and the culture. I finally got to tick off Angkor Wat from my bucket list too, which was spectacular to see in person (especially at sunrise). It wasn’t all easy though, we pretty much had to wake up every day at 6am (uh I’m on holiday and shouldn’t have to), just so we could be on time for things in terms of travelling by buses or going on excursions. But our group made it worth it, so wasn’t too bad.

It did make me very horny though, as I went the whole time without satisfying any urges. This was mainly as I could not find any private time, but after a while I set myself a challenge to see how long I could last. Without sounding too explicit I can say that I usually find time to self love a few times a week. This was the first time I went without that. After the two week holiday I was proud that I managed to make it the whole time. I made a vow to continue when I got home.

This was going to be a whole new start for me and I was happy for the change. I made plans to try and do something more productive in the mornings. Maybe become more mindful, practice yoga or meditation. Maybe do some reading or listen to some classical music. Become a better person than I already am, and learn to love the natural wonders in everyday life.

Naturally that all fell apart a few days later...

But there’s always next time.



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