2013 has been a good year for me from family to career to personal development. It also marks the 30th year I have lived, started a new beginning to the future.
1. Obtained my Advance Open Water certification in Phuket and diving for the first time with my OCS Folks. They have mad the trip very fun and memorable.
2. Achieving Basic Level grading for Muai Thai class with my old time buddies. It feels good to have a kick out after a hard day work. Too bad that now I’m unable to online with an income but will consider going back at a later time.
3. An impromptu trip to Dubai with my wife to visit her best friend, WanHui, who was working as an Emirates crew. It was so surreal being in a country that I never dreamt of going to. It was an eye opener to live and enjoy the dessert safari. What’s more, we did a dive in Oman! First time away from Malaysia!
4. I quit and left my job to venture on my own. It was a bold decision to leave my job to spent more time with my family and work on my own business.
5. Started my own wedding photography and videography business. It was a dream come a true to owned a business and being an entrepreneur.
6. Gone for my first solo holiday trip to South Korea, a place I visited for the 3rd time. It was a wonderful experience wandering in a foreign country on your own.
7. Hosting my customary wedding dinner on 19th October, almost a year plus since our ROM. It was a great night and I’m glad that everything’s when on smoothly.
8. Finally gone out of Asia for a holiday in Gold Coast, Australia. It was surprising a good and relaxing country to be in to get away from our fast pace society.
I guess this year I have been really following my heart to do things I wanted to do without much worries. Now that things had settle down, in 2014, I will be looking forward to developing my career, growing my business,going for the biggest trip in my life so far, setting up a place I call home, owning a car and starts to build and grow my family.
Bye 2013, it will be a year to remember and hello 2014, a year that will probably define my future for the net 10 years.