Tag: international women’s day

10 Inspiring Women Travelers and Stories Behind Their Journey

Happy International Women’s Day!

As you may have probably noticed from my blog, I’m trying to infuse my girly touch on my blog. And I’d love to cover stories from other women just so I could show you that everyone has their own battle. Not just that, but also to show you their fighting spirits.

Honestly, now that I think about it… If you want to fight effectively, instead of telling yourself to man up, you should tell yourself to fight like a girl.

So, in celebrating the women’s day today, I decided to connect with some other fellow women travelers to get to know them. To find out what’s the story behind their journey. And I’m super excited to share this to you all, in the hope their stories could inspire you the way they do me.

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The Tampon Story: The Savior of My Travel

Traveling may be fun and all, and of course sunbathing on the beach sounds pretty much like heaven when you get stuck at the 9-to-6 routine in front of your office computer trying to find some particular formula on that excel sheet.

But as a woman in my productive years, committing in the office job while trying to find some time for my own vitamin sea could be challenging. There were times when I had to face the burden of being a woman: having my vacation schedule clashed with my uterus call out.

I mean, can you imagine it’s D-3 days before your vacation and you feel like the bra you’re wearing is too tight and your boobs got hurt a bit? Like you need a pair of golden bra or something? 😛

Believe me, it’s easy to blame me for not ‘planning out’ right, because I have this period calendar on my phone to make sure that I still could show some skin in the bikini without worrying about bleeding on the beach. But then again, shit happens.

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