Get to know me a little bit better, if you want.
I believe in astrology. I was born as a Leo in a fire tiger year. I believe that is to be held accountable for my endless burning energy sometimes.
I always have vivid dreams in my sleep. I feel like myself is split into two dimensions: where I am now, and where I am in my sleep. The dream dimension always stays the same since I was a child, sometimes I revisit places in my dream from 20 years ago. But the thing is, those places don’t really exist in the world I live in now.
I find myself not caring too much on things that need to be given a f–k, and yet giving f–k to things that I shouldn’t care that much.
I am not scared to be strange. During my uni time I was so different from everyone else and I was fine with that. They can call me strange but for me, my own world is
Many people wonder about what’s the meaning of my name, Hegia. To be honest there’s no actual meaning. And no, it’s not inspired by the building in Istanbul (I wish..). It is actually simply my parents name combined together HE_____ + GIA_____ (yaaayyyy… problem solved!)
People laugh at my jokes even though I’m not sure if I would consider myself as a funny person.
I see myself as a shy and reserved person.
But that’s not how people see me.
I’m like a cat. I love living in the heart of the city, not in the countryside. I like living in a crowd, among a lot of people. To be one amongst a million of other people.
I don’t drink black coffee. My coffee should be milky, creamy, with a little bit of sugar.
I don’t know how to deal being the centre of attention.
But I somehow always manage to stand out.
I’m not good with texting, whatsapp-ing, messenger-ing, you name it. I am always falling behind my messages, that’s why I feel that some of my friends and family think that I don’t care about them but that’s not true.
For me, Istanbul is the most beautiful city in the world (after Paris) and it will never change. That’s why it saddens me terribly with everything that is happening in Turkey nowadays.
I hate to admit it but I am a very sensitive person. I can cry out of nothing in a very wrong timing. Just because i feel some emotions flowing out suddenly.
I read Russian perfectly.
I can sing in many different languages (English, Indonesian, Turkish, Japanese, Russian, Ukrainian, Hebrew, Korean, etc) because for me, music is universal and I love this world I live in. Singing is my form of appreciation to other cultures and a celebration for the talent I was given with.
Congrats! So now you kind of know me a little bit better 😉