The best moments from my journeys were never planned. I found myself in places I had never heard of and met the most amazing people by luck. The world is full of beauty and mystery and I believe the best way we can spend our lives is trying to explore as much of it as possible. Travelling, however, doesn’t have a recipe. There are no must-visit places and noone can tell you which are the top ten destinations this year. Continue reading “Burn your itinerary! Why Travelling is Not a Checklist.”
Sometimes we feel confused or face difficulties not because something is wrong, but exactly because we are doing the right thing. As long as we are moving, at any pace and in any direction, we are learning, growing and evolving.
Some days feel so rigid it’s almost suffocating, and some are filled with so many remarkable moments that it’s hard to believe it would ever end. And then there are those which we forget to be thankful for, and the ones which gain meaning long after they pass.
But once in while, life will bring you small, powerful signs, that change everything. You just have to notice them. Continue reading “54 Compelling Signs That Your Life Will Soon Change Remarkably”
Not so long ago I started an experiment and I called it the #30DaysChallenge. I decided to do something uncomfortable every single day for 30 days, something that pushes my limits and makes me try something I would normally say no to. It was just a random thought, but it brought me more than I expected. Continue reading “I Challenged Myself Every Day for 30 Days: Here is What Happened”
These are the years which are hard and beautiful and which leave us with moments we remember. This is when we chose our own way – and then chose a different one a couple of times until we find our unique path.
And these are the experiences that connect our youth and make this decade complete. Continue reading “9 Things You Absolutely Have to Experience in Your 20s”
We are the generation who are said to change the world: and we do feel the pressure to be the next Mark Zuckerberg, yet we carry on wasting all our time on Netflix. We don’t want to follow and we set our own rules in life, but we are forever confused of whether we are where we ought to be. We are reckless, complicated and filled with irony. Here are the things that make us who we are. Continue reading “3 Things That Keep Millennials Up at Night”
You have been striving for that oh-so-wanted dream for a while, but the results don’t seem to come as expected. You put all your efforts, but you always hit a glass ceiling, and you start to wonder what is this invisible wall keeping you back from stepping up to the next level?
It’s not the circumstances, and it’s not anyone else either. The only person standing in your way is you.
Here are the most common fears that can keep us back from success… Continue reading “4 Common Fears that Keep You Back from Success – and How to Overcome Them”
The life of an expat is always particular. We are a different breed all in all who refuses to settle and gives up the comfort of a homeland for the excitement of seeing new places. We make fun of tourists and struggle to explain the extraordinary things we experienced to the ones who are waiting for us at home. We are judged, adored and questioned all the time, but one thing is sure: we will never forget the things that this kind of living has taught us. Continue reading “5 Invaluable Lessons I Learnt from Living between 2 Continents”
I am the kind of person who enjoys writing strategies and planning projects well in advance. I start writing a shopping list before any of the items get over in my household and things keep me up at night that I have to tackle next week. I got used to always knowing what would happen and to keep things under control. I have a scenario for every possibility before I receive an answer for my question and the bag I carry with myself can beat a first aid kit.
If any of these things sound familiar to you, we are in the same shoes, my friend, so keep reading… Continue reading “The Trouble with Being a Great Planner”
Why are we constantly trying to weight our self-worth and add a currency to it? Why do we place ourselves on a scale opposed to others attempting to win in one dimension of life or the other? Continue reading “Why Comparing Yourself to Others is Harmful to You”
Action and outcome. Giving and returning. This is how we learnt to see the world and our connections with people. We expect things to happen exactly as we plan, as we assume it should be, and as we think it is best for others. Then we fret over unmatched expectations and disappointing relationships.
The truth is: connections are not designed with straight lines. Continue reading “The Art of Letting Go of Expectations”