Have you been to the Abel Tasman Coast track before?
Yes- Comment below your favourite spot!
No- Oooh you’re in for a treat!! Also let me know below! I would love to help you learn more about the park!
My latest blog post is for all of you out there who are interested in hiking some, all or hardly any of the Abel Tasman National Park! I have put together everything I know about hiking the coast track to help guide you on your journey!
I hope you find it useful! (Link in bio) and be sure to let me know if you have any questions, tips to add or just wanna share your love for the park by either commenting below or on the blog post!
Happy hump day to you all! 🐋
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There is something about Art Galleries that gets your design mind running with so many ideas! 💯💯
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I love to remember this quiet moment @Lake Tekapo
Tb: New Zealand | Nov 18
A writing that required me to recall things I learned back in NZ in detail. It wasn’t that easy apparently, lol.
I know this piece isn’t perfect, if I could edit this I would (I tried to simplify the English I used there in terms of vocabs and sentence structures so that it doesn’t look like an academic essay, but it turned out rather weird lol. Also the grammatical errors I didn’t see before submitting it — ugh I was in a hurry), but for a lengthy writing that I wrote in the midst of the hustle and bustle of life at that time, I think the big picture of what I was trying to say has been delivered.
By sharing my master’s experience in a platform as well-known as IM, I hope others can be inspired to take the major into considerations for their future study. However, beyond everything, as this article is also shared in my faculty’s group, I hope it can be functioned as a thank-you note to my lecturers for inspiring me in many ways through their works, on and off campus life.
Mt.Cook, the most scenic mountain range in the south island
Mt.Cook adalah gunung tertinggi di New Zealand, dengan puncak tertingginya 3754 mdpl. Enaknya disini, kita ga perlu menjadi seorang pendaki gunung yang handal untuk menikmati pemandangan. Cukup jalan-jalan santai saja sudah bisa menikmati pemandangan pergunungan, dan juga glacier.
Seperti di Hooker Valey Track, sudah ada walking tracknya, jadi tinggal ngikutin tracknya saja. Bisa dibilang medannya ngga berat, apalagi view sepanjang tracknya juara!
Seperti yang sering dipromosikan pariwisata NZ, tempat ini bener-bener scenic! Dari sebelum sampai, udah muter-muter, terus jalan balik, tak terhitung berapa kali nyebut "wagelaseh ini bagus banget", sambil nekan shutter kamera 😂
It's my first time surrounded by snowy capped mountains like this, i just can't resist to taking pictures. So bear with me, more pictures to come ✌ 📸: @otjep
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What are your reasons for not taking risks?
For me, I went through a period of holding back in life and playing it safe. For a long time, I was dealing with the aftermath of trauma, and it was a protective reflex to make sure I couldn't get *more* hurt.
But there came a time where this protective habit no longer served me.
Holding back can stop you from doing things that bring you joy.
That's meant taking less creative risks, going on fewer adventures or not trying that new scary thing.
After spending my weekend journalling (YES JOURNALLING MY FRIENDS!), I've realized this doesn't serve me anymore.
Holding back, playing it safe has started to hurt me
So I'm stepping UP and stepping OUT 🙌
Leaping into all that is scary ✨
Opening myself up for hurt, rejection, and failure (because I now know I can handle it) 💪
Are you holding back in life to “protect” yourself? Or have you gone through this in the past?
P.S. Want to watch me try to explain this via video? Hop onto my IG stories to hear my awkward words (turns out I explain things better via the written word...) ALSO you get to see my bad hair day... which is me every day 😂