Master the Art of Living

Yesterday I bought a book, 365 ideas of happiness. One of the idea inside the book is to watch an old yet inspiring movie like Julie & Julia. Apparently, I love this movie and it is inspired me.

Julie risked her marriage, her job, and her sanity to master the Art of Living. She taught me something about commitment and consistency. I want to feel the way she felt and how she handled her ups and downs while doing something she passionate about. Because sometimes, when you just don't know what to do, it makes you feel like you have no idea about the meaning of life itself. Yet, all you can do is just try and keep going, find something you're passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it, Julia said.

I barely remember when was the right time I realize that I really, really, really love to travels (well, everyone love travels). However, whenever I don't have much money or wherever I go, how bad the travel experience I've ever had I never complain, no excuses. I always see the bright side, make an effort and keep going. It is always keep me going. No matter what, I feel like I have to go to unfamiliar places, meet someone unique, learn something interesting, and enjoy the fun of failure to tackle some daunting goal. So, I have an idea to make my own happiness project : ninety nine places in 2016

Actually, still have no idea how I manage it, but I'm going to try and probably will figure it out by doing. So yeah.. Bismillah!