It's been 4 months since returning home from my year long journey in Khartoum, Sudan. I came back disoriented, confused, indecisive. I came back with a new mind, with a new lense, with an open heart. Everytime I was presented with a new opportunity self-doubt started to seep in. Self-doubt? How could this be? I've travelled alone, I've lived on my own, I've faced the monsters of this earth? I started to struggle to accept who I came back as. This new Sumaiya. I am not an imposter. I have new strengths. I have more wisdom. I have new skills... I had imposter syndrome. Where we can't accept how far we've come and our skills and we feel like a fraud. I feel like most women have felt this way before at some point in their life due to being treated maybe less competent than their male counterpart whether at work, at home or at school. As if it's not possible for you to be who you came to be and accomplish all you have because you are a woman! I am learning to aknowledge myself as I am. Aknowledge the spark from the sun that hits your eyes. It is real. It is bright. It is there. Go for that business venture, start that course, sing your lungs out, create until you drop!! Love, Sumi ❤
Launched! Bhutan bike trip with Bollywood Celebrity Rohit Roy. Yes, there will be a couple of amazing surprises and we’re excited as you are to be on this trip.
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