This video of a shampoo commercial is pretty worth checking out like seriously, it really got me thinking. People always told me I had a really low self-esteem and they were sort of true because I always felt like I wasn’t good enough and this week has taught me a lot about strengths. I realised strength is not about being better or more capable than anyone else. It is actually about how to turn your weaknesses into your greatest weapon and you’re comfortable with it. Tons of love.
This week has been pretty emotional because I had to say goodbye to everyone here. Can’t believe it has been 2 weeks already and time has passed by so quickly. But of course I’m glad I got the opportunity to be involved in developing our first centre in Thailand.
Tuesday I went to a local market, which is like 15 minutes away from our school and had a lot of Thai treats that we got from food stalls on the street. It’s not just that. I found Tesco here! It’s not as fancy as the Irish ones you find in Dublin but seriously, finding Tesco in this tiny little town no one have ever heard of is like finding a needle in a haystack. No joking, I have been starving for days and I lost about 2 kg in a week. The food we have at school is great but we have to share to 40 people so most of the times I didn’t eat much. Continue reading “Thailand (Lamplaimat), Week Two”