The Mind Of Your Writer On A Personal and Deeper Level

Who could possibly resist the urge of reading this and getting to know such an amazing and cool gal as myself! Shoot. If I were not me, nor physically attached to my own body, I would definitely love to meet someone as rad, intellectual and outgoing as Seiko!

On that note, good morning readers! I hope you all have gotten the chance to read my past two blogs and if you have not… What are you waiting for? I hope not for hell to freeze over, or summer to approach any sooner (for those living in cold climate regions) but get to reading! I gave my very first Thank-you this morning, if you remember my daily exercise from my very first post. I was having a morning smoke by my apartment balcony, and not saying Thank-you to anyone in particular, but just to start the day out on a positive note and appreciate being alive on this cold, snowy morning. Your positivity all starts with you and the basis of how the rest of your day unfolds can all be rewarding with just one positive thought in the morning. Give it a try, I encourage you.

As I sit here beginning to type, at my kitchen table, with the blinds remaining shut to avoid the external sunshine from peeking into my apartment, I start my day off eating a hearty, healthy breakfast. At least what I think is a hearty, healthy breakfast, recommended by my sister! Whose kitchen table this actually belongs to, along with this apartment I stated as mine, and her lovely, proactive Sony laptop I am currently using to type this post. Growing up with an older sister, their property always appeared to be better than yours. That is a given and known fact in the Sisterhood. This hearty, healthy breakfast is something light and required no effort in making. As I am not much of a chef per say. I am eating a scrumptious, delicious chocolate chip muffin and banana. I was actually not going to eat something for breakfast so soon, until my sister subconsciously planted the thought in my head of what I should eat. Instantly, my tummy got a rush of starvation signals shot to the brain that apparently… I am hungry now and need to eat now! Does that happen to anyone else, or is it just me? I tend to stay away from eating muffins, for a very odd reason I have been told. I tend to be an odd, yet eccentric individual at times. That odd reason is because I only, and I repeat, I only like the top half of a muffin! I will not go into excruciating details, but I think it is the best part to be totally honest with you. With that being confessed, as long as I am beneath the roof of my sister’s apartment, wasting food is non-existent. Especially when there are starving kids vastly around the world!


I hurriedly finish my breakfast, so I can really get into what this post is about. Now you have learned a few personal details about myself, if you are a detail-oriented person and read between the lines.


Getting into the mind of Seiko on a personal and deeper level is always an interesting topic for me to write about. Because it is all about me, myself and I. Everyone loves to chat endlessly about themselves, well in this case, type endlessly about themselves. Especially when you are the one writing about your image to the outside world. The most interesting part is you get to narrate a personality and voice to the writer behind these expressed words and stories.

My name is Seiko and I am a 22 year old, nearing 30 (so my brain feels) aspiring writer to be. I am a world leader…No, I am not ha-ha, but what I deeply and truly am is a…

TravelADDIXT∞

TraveLUST🍃

WanderLIFE of the universe∞

WanderLUST soul🌼

WorldTRAVELLER🌍

My ultimate passion in life besides travelling, is happyness (and yes I spell it with a “y”) and my spirit is on a quest and zest for life. As you should already know, based on my first post, my daily motto for LIFE = Live.In.Fulfillment.Everyday! As a lifelong goal, I strive to achieve living in fulfillment every day. HM. What else is there to know about me?

Here is my travel map of the world which is inaccurate, I have actually travelled to 34 Countries and counting… To create this map I used the not so handy dandy, Matador Network.

I am extremely obsessed with world maps and I spent quite a few hours yesterday night listing all the Countries, Cities, Provinces, States and Continents I have travelled to throughout my lifetime. A majority of these places were travelled to over the past almost 2 years, when I worked on cruise ships! Very exciting. I will have to talk about my experiences of working on a cruise ship in another post, so stay tuned readers. What I do not particularly like about the map creator on Matador Network is that there are no options to actually enter all the Cities you have travelled to, only the Countries. Matador Network was not accurate regarding the amount of Countries I have travelled to, therefore I turned to Trip Advisor for some friendly advice. Trip Advisor was more help I would say, but still not thoroughly accurate.

According to Trip Advisor I have travelled to 125 Cities, but based on my count, I have travelled to 122 Cities. Someone’s count is off, hm. I wonder who? I would not be surprised if I missed a few cities, I can only remember so much! What I do like is that Trip Advisor calculates the percentage of the world you have travelled, as you see mine is 14%. For some people, they would say that is amazing especially at my age, but 14% is just not cutting it for myself! I know I can be a little tough on myself at times, but the travel journeys definitely do not stop there I assure you. Have a look at my list below of: 34 Countries, 9 States, 3 Continents, 6 Provinces and 123 Cities that I have travelled to over the time of my lifespan.

Countries:

Bermuda
Bahamas
Canada
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Spain
Faroe Islands
France
England
Gibraltar
Greenland
Greece
Guatemala 
Croatia
Iceland
Italy
Monaco
Mexico
Nicaragua
Netherlands
Norway
Panama
Puerto Rico
Sint Maarten
Turks and Caicos
United States
Vatican
British Virgin Islands
US Virgin Islands
Turkey
Scotland
Cayman islands

States
New York
Florida
Mexico
Hawaii
Massachusetts
California
Maine
Pennsylvania
Georgia

Continents
North America
South America (Central America/Caribbean)
Europe

Provinces
Ontario
Quebec
New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island

Cities
Sicily
Cobourg
Bowmanville
Vaughan
Livorno
Taormina
Palermo
Ensenada
Kusadasi
Corinto
Puerto de San Benito Chiapas
Whitby
Red bay
Atlanta
London
Sosúa
Venice
Markham
Scarborough
Mississauga
Lahaina
Nassau
Rotterdam
Athens
Motril
Qaqortoq (formally Julianehåb)
Kauai 
Dubrovnik
Monte-Carlo
Kona
Djúpivogur
Cabo San Lucas
Puerto quetzal
Civitavecchia
Fort Lauderdale
Inverness
Hilo
Maui
Honolulu
Shelburne
Argostoli
Geiranger
Bergen
Quebec City
Montreal
Road town
Los Angela’s
Rome
Charlottetown
Naples
Cayo largo
Salerno
Miami
Ottawa
Torshavn
Philadelphia
Portland
San Juan
Oshawa
Aurora
Tampa
Port Everglades
Hamilton
Niagara falls(Canada)
Niagara Falls (America)
Barcelona
Saint-Tropez
Nanortalik
Brantford
Halifax
Nice
Sydney
Dartmouth
Santo Domingo
Amber cove, Puerto Plata
St. John’s 
Miami
Orangeville
Panama City
Istanbul
Saint John
Corner brook
Pickering
Ajax
San Diego
Boston
Palma de Mallorca 
Hamilton
St. George
Alicante
Buffalo
New York City 
Manhattan 
Brooklyn
The Bronx
Stavanger
Malaga
Ålesund
Cadiz
Bar harbor
Puntarenas
Puerto caldera
Playa del Carmen
Yonkers
Seydisfjordur (Seyðisfjörðu)
Reykjavik
Isafjordur (Ísafjörður)
Puerto Vallarta
Mazatlán
Huatulco
Cartagena
Akureyri
Key west
Little San Salvador Island (Half Moon Cay)
Frederiksted, St. Croix
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Georgetown
Cozumel
Grand Turk
Road town, Tortola
Costa Maya 
Philipsburg

This definitely made for a much longer post than intended, due to my extended list of travelled to destinations. Do not be discouraged readers, you are not entitled to read through every single destination I have travelled to! But, if you have enjoyed my posts, please do not be shy and click that ❤ button to share my post throughout the cyber world of Medium! Thank-you all, and to all a good night!

P.S. Also, if any of my readers have some friendly advice in regards to a more reliable travel map, please do not hesitate to comment some suggestions! Thanks much!

Seiko M | PASSION | ∞

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