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The New Stage of my Career
Mar 25, 2019

The New Stage of my Career

 

Transforming the life experiences of the world-traveling into inspirational elements of the work

My extreme curiosity started at a very young age of mine. Wherever or whatever there is a new place or stuff, I just got to try and experience myself.
In early 2012, a sudden thought came to me out of nowhere—Moving to New York—and I DID! With not much money and without any specific reason, I literally moved there by the end of 2012. I didn’t even know why I should make such a decision like this, perhaps, I was just answering the inner callings from my soul.

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The Life-Saver for My Nail: Alloya
Mar 22, 2019

The Life-Saver for My Nail: Alloya

Alloya is a life-saver which solved my troubles for many years!

I believe that many girls would likewise adore the gorgeous effects of gel nail, but our nails just couldn’t bear those trimming and grinding during the removal. I once had my manicure done in three consecutive months, as a result, my nails turned fragile and sensitive. Even my manicurist warned me that I should let my nails rest for a few months. Actually, after such incidence, I dare not to do any gel nail again, because health is always way more important than anything,

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Home, Sweet Home
Mar 16, 2019

Home, Sweet Home

Home and Inner Child

Starting from the age of 20, most of the time, I have lived abroad. Therefore, the time I spent in Taiwan was not much, and let alone my hometown, Taichung.
After all these years, even though my personality has already been integrated into many westernized thinkings, aesthetics, and behavioral patterns. After all, growing up in Taiwan, spending so many important and critical periods such as childhood and teenagehood here, I still own fresh and genuine memories of my hometown and my childhood. All of the great times are always so profound and they are deeply rooted in my heart.

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The Clothes of Your Nails, Alloya Nail Polish
Mar 13, 2019

The Clothes of Your Nails, Alloya Nail Polish

 

Fashion of Fingertips

 
When I was living in Manhattan, I found that Manhattan actually had a hidden feature: Nail salons were everywhere!
Manhattan is a melting pot of nationalities. Women from different countries all share one thing in common – the nail cares –
so, nail salons are basically everywhere in the city. It shows that women around the world attach great importance to nails.
A few months ago, I found a brand from the UK called Alloya, and it was a kind of DIY gel nail which could be done easily at home.

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The Ability Developed from Traveling Alone: Flexibility
Mar 5, 2019

The Ability Developed from Traveling Alone: Flexibility

 

Traveling alone is the best chance to exercise your “inner muscles”.

 
In addition to the “Intuitions” that I have shared before, this time I’m going to talk about the ability to “Flexibility”.
Keep your brain nimble at all times
Anything could happen once you are in an exotic place and nothing is familiar with you. Therefore, this is the moment that calm is your only true friend. Then, you have to play it by ear and try to come up with any possible solution.
I could still recall my adventure of a performance trip to Rome.

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The Ability Developed from Traveling Alone: The Power of Intuition
Mar 1, 2019

The Ability Developed from Traveling Alone: The Power of Intuition

 

The key point of traveling alone is not just entertainment but life training.

 
For all these years, I could literally conclude that all my “Solo traveler” journeys are like life training courses. Among all the abilities that I have acquired, there is one which impresses me the most: The Power of Intuition!
 
When I travel alone, I’ve got no one to talk to, no one to discuss with, and no connection with any passersby around me. I could only be in my own world and rely on my own thoughts. However, this is exactly the best moment to listen to the deepest voice within your heart.

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Solo Traveler: Oh Well… Marseille
Feb 26, 2019

Solo Traveler: Oh Well… Marseille

 

Old Port City — What a bummer!

 
After traveling so many places in the world, I have never felt so uncomfortable with any European city, and Marseille…would sadly be the first one…
 
Having spent a luxurious birthday and Christmas in Monaco, the next stop I planned to go was Marseille. Before departure, the concierge told me to be very careful since the place was quite disordered, and especially, I was traveling alone. Therefore, I dare not to take the train after hearing such comments about Marseille. I immediately booked a private driver. Soon we had arrived at Marseille.

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Solo Traveler: The Extreme Luxe, Monaco
Feb 23, 2019

Solo Traveler: The Extreme Luxe, Monaco

 

I want My birthday in Monaco!

 
The day before my birthday, I took a ride from Nice to this luxury country, a place where the rich were gathered, Monaco. No special arrangement for the trip, and no ahead planning, I just want to see what kind of surprises will be given to me. Stayed in the Monte Carlo, Le Meridien Beach Plaza Hotel, I felt like immersing in the paradise of modern art. Paintings hung on the walls of the lobby, the sense of magnificence was within the air. Once had my bags settled, I asked the concierge for the information of local tours.

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Solo Traveler: French Riviera, Nice
Feb 19, 2019

Solo Traveler: French Riviera, Nice

Bonjour! The beauty of French Riviera!

Last December, in order to escape from a rather chilly winter, I decided to go to the South of France while the eastern part of North America was all covered in snowy white.

Once landed in Nice, the weather welcomed me with a cool breeze, and the temperature was about 10 degrees.
The hotel I stayed was at downtown, and the “Place Massena”, a square where the famous Apollo Statue resides, was only a corner away.

Normally, when I visit a country, I would prefer in-depth travel because I want to explore and experience every detail of the city.

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New Year’s Plan
Feb 3, 2019

New Year’s Plan

Time flies. Another end of the year has come. So, how was your 2018?
Appreciate the completed tasks, then focus on future scheduled plans.
 
At every end of each year, I always spend time making new year resolutions. And I believe that many people will likewise do the same just like me.
Apart from making new plans, I also examine the goals I have completed, and recalled the great moments of the year.
While admiring the fruity outcomes, how can I forget to keep upholding the spirit of continuous self-elevation?
So, I will set some objectives for myself and they are usually divided into seven categories:
Health,

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