Tanya Khanijow: The Less I Needed The Better I Felt

 

Some Girls are Made of Adventure-Brains & Not a Hint of Fear

 

Isn’t life all you make it, isn’t the most sought-after advice is to just begin that thousand-mile journey and take that first step. Aren’t we all told to do just whatever it takes? Quoting it or saying it with fancy words or paraphrasing it is not going to make any difference. Because somewhere down the line we all have a deep inclination towards that one hobby or that one career path that can set our soul on fire. However, we are so busy making our lives happening that we simply forget to make life happen.

Tanya Khanijow, who has been doing whatever it takes to planning some miracles, and is walking on a pretty steady speed on the road that is turning cant’s into can’s and dreams into plans.

Team Creatorshala’s Dig on Tanya Khanijow:

Getting to Know Her:

Tanya Kahnijow in her words is a travel filmmaker and a creative geek, in our words she is the epitome of simplicity who has some legit gyaan when it comes to video making and editing. She has a really small and cute note pad where she makes her To-Do List and she is a water child who loves swimming.

Wise Words:

She states that while climbing up the ladder and marking your territory is so very important. The ultimate aim of life is to be happy and if there comes a time when you do not feel the same or you are feeling low for no reason. Her flowchart for the situation at hand is:

Identify the Problem-List out reasons for the same-List down what needs to change- Take baby steps in that direction!

Always, take out some time for yourself and indulge in some self-care.

1000 Postcard Post

She took it on herself to write down 1000 Christmas postcards giving a lot of best wishes!

At Her Page:

In addition to highly knowledgable blogs and some much-needed travel tips, there is a lot of behind the scenes BTS, Itenary’s much-required apps, and a lot of day guides!

At Her Blogs:

Her blogs are all about adventure-new culture and different experiences!

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A Marsh land created by Tsauchab River that dried up several hundreds of years ago due to change in it course, created the wonderfully contrasting Deadvlie Colours. The foreground is bright white, the trees now stand dead and lifeless, the dead marsh land is surrounded by orange dunes. It's a heavenly place that is both dead, but at the same time, stands still in time because of the scorching heat, where nothing decomposes. This my friends is Deadvlei for you. . . . I visited Deadvlei yesterday and just couldn't fully comprehend the beauty or get over it. 😍 If you're visiting, you have to come to this point. This is incidentally also one of the locations where the famous song Guzarish from Ghajini was shot. 😆 . . . Shot by @explore_wild_planets on an ongoing exploration trip across Namibia. I'm so so thrilled to be a part of it and to tell you guys all about it. 😄 #Namibia #Namibdesert #TanyaInNamibia

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Tanya Khanijow: The Less I Needed The Better I Felt

 

Some Girls are Made of Adventure-Brains & Not a Hint of Fear

 

Isn’t life all you make it, isn’t the most sought-after advice is to just begin that thousand-mile journey and take that first step. Aren’t we all told to do just whatever it takes? Quoting it or saying it with fancy words or paraphrasing it is not going to make any difference. Because somewhere down the line we all have a deep inclination towards that one hobby or that one career path that can set our soul on fire. However, we are so busy making our lives happening that we simply forget to make life happen.

Tanya Khanijow, who has been doing whatever it takes to planning some miracles, and is walking on a pretty steady speed on the road that is turning cant’s into can’s and dreams into plans.

Team Creatorshala’s Dig on Tanya Khanijow:

Getting to Know Her:

Tanya Kahnijow in her words is a travel filmmaker and a creative geek, in our words she is the epitome of simplicity who has some legit gyaan when it comes to video making and editing. She has a really small and cute note pad where she makes her To-Do List and she is a water child who loves swimming.

Wise Words:

She states that while climbing up the ladder and marking your territory is so very important. The ultimate aim of life is to be happy and if there comes a time when you do not feel the same or you are feeling low for no reason. Her flowchart for the situation at hand is:

Identify the Problem-List out reasons for the same-List down what needs to change- Take baby steps in that direction!

Always, take out some time for yourself and indulge in some self-care.

1000 Postcard Post

She took it on herself to write down 1000 Christmas postcards giving a lot of best wishes!

At Her Page:

In addition to highly knowledgable blogs and some much-needed travel tips, there is a lot of behind the scenes BTS, Itenary’s much-required apps, and a lot of day guides!

At Her Blogs:

Her blogs are all about adventure-new culture and different experiences!

View this post on Instagram

A Marsh land created by Tsauchab River that dried up several hundreds of years ago due to change in it course, created the wonderfully contrasting Deadvlie Colours. The foreground is bright white, the trees now stand dead and lifeless, the dead marsh land is surrounded by orange dunes. It's a heavenly place that is both dead, but at the same time, stands still in time because of the scorching heat, where nothing decomposes. This my friends is Deadvlei for you. . . . I visited Deadvlei yesterday and just couldn't fully comprehend the beauty or get over it. 😍 If you're visiting, you have to come to this point. This is incidentally also one of the locations where the famous song Guzarish from Ghajini was shot. 😆 . . . Shot by @explore_wild_planets on an ongoing exploration trip across Namibia. I'm so so thrilled to be a part of it and to tell you guys all about it. 😄 #Namibia #Namibdesert #TanyaInNamibia

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