Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter.

Try again. Fail again. Fail better.

~ Samuel Beckett

Almost two years ago, my friend Terry and I went to live in Dublin for a while before going on a Interrail trip through Ireland and the UK. I’ve recently started to feel very nostalgic about this trip in general and specifically about Dublin, and since there is nothing going on in my live right now anyway I thought I’d do a #TBT post about that trip. Back then we had a small travel blog called Streets and Gutters going on, but mostly just posted pictures with very little text so I guess I can post about some of these things again without being redundant.

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Searching the world to find myself – Looking back at 2015

The new year is already one week old, but only now have I finally found the time to thoroughly review the past year. I have already done a small review in September, six months into the internship and after about half of us had already left Pune. I am not a big fan of New Year’s resolutions, instead I found that looking back into the past year and at what worked and what didn’t is a much better way to figure out where you want to focus your energy in the next year.

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5 situations in which I used to be happy to be single:

I recently stumbled upon my friend Hailey Jade’s “13 situations in which I’m happy to be single” post, and after being an eternal single for years I could definitely relate to lot of the things she mentioned in her post. Seriously, I still “joke” about joining a monastery at some point in life. It would definitely save me a lot of trouble. A lot has changed for me in the past year (remind me to maybe write a “My 2015”-type of post this week still), and a lot of these things also prompted me to think a lot more about what it means to me to be single vs. being in a relationship. So anyway, here’s my take on the “situations in which I used to be happy to be single”:

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