- acquiring and failing to throw out a large number of items that would appear to have little or no value to others (e.g., papers, notes, flyers, newspapers, clothes)
- severe cluttering of the person’s home so that it is no longer able to function as a viable living space
- significant distress or impairment of work or social life
This is the first entry for my Bucket List series.
How cool can it possibly be to visit an archipelago of 1200-plus coral islands before it fully sinks underwater? Totally awesome!
If you haven’t heard of Maldives yet, you might be wondering where on earth is this amazing place located. It is situated in the Laccadive Sea, roughly 400 kilometers south-west of India and 700 KM south-west of Sri Lanka. If that still didn’t make any sense, then look at the map below, which will give you an idea how far PH from Maldives is.
Lately, I’ve been pretty hooked to a TV series called Hoarders (see About.com’s definition below). There, you’ll see several types of hoarding; food, clothes, books, utensils, junk, and a lot more.
I got two tattoos and both have their own stories.
First Tat: Getting Inked with a Pen-is Hurtful
I am not any artsy. I don’t know what it’s called or how to call it. But when I handed the draft over to the tattoo artist, I felt like he was shocked and so were my boyfriend’s chums who were with us during that day. Find out why.
I’ve been dreaming to get inked. And just like our many “firsts,” I wanted it to be extra special. I thought of asking my friend Yas Doctor, an exceptional artist, to draw something that can be placed on the left side of my lower back, something which she thinks represents me. And to my surprise, look what she got. If you think you’re seeing it right, hold your horses, don’t spoil my moment, and let me finish my story.