Have you ever wanted an instant upgrade in your life? Maybe you are tired of your ways of making the daily bread, and feel like something is missing... It's been around 12 months now I'm not the happiest in my life. With my newly found passion in doing daily exercises and dancing, I wondered about... Continue Reading →
Today is the last day of April's challenge I've started on the very first of this month to write a post every single day. I worried if I could stay strong and keep my promise due to my constantly changing daily routine when I'm at work or off it. I never know what my day... Continue Reading →
Today I have already give some coins in the metro literally 2 mins before this man stepped toward me. He even told me based on my look he was worried to come to me. I looked too serious and a bit cruel.
AIESEC Alumni from all over mainly Europe and the world, headed towards home. Not my friend. He got into the same shared car with me and 2 other Hungarian habitants just to drop him to the nearest train station. Within 10 mins I made him change direction and come with us till Budapest. First time... Continue Reading →
London Astor Kensington Hostel Protest to save the world at Marble Arch Pointy Building near Paddington Station Canal Boats behind Paddington Houses behind main roads Cycling around Hyde Park Royal Albert Hall Hyde Park
I work as live-in Personal Care Assistant nationwide in the UK for over 2 years now. I started with the expectation of doing 6 month top, but then I just got comfortable with this challenging and constantly changing lifestyle. This is what I was actually looking for. Stretching my understanding of life, people and pushing... Continue Reading →
How do you face with those days when your mind is about to freak out? What do you usually do calm yourself and just get your life going?
Over the border of your comfort zone, it's a better you standing, whispering to you through your instincts to follow a path you had never planned for.
Read more about my realizations while on a 2 months mission working on SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-being) as a volunteer in the world’s most developed country: the United States.
On my one year long journey in Benin Republic, West Africa I had the privilege to meet and live on the same street with a social entrepreneur who is already saving the children of her nation from dying in malnutrition.
She is the mummy of Benin and also of my team of 6, as she constantly helped us out from real pressing issues. I am forever grateful to her to feed us when we had nothing or barley anything to eat for months...
Small things can bring huge happiness like the scent of the fresh air after rain or the touch of the first spring sun. Today’s post is about this.
Some things are just super annoying for an expat. “Just stop the rain already... I need my AC back 🙏🏼 bring the light back right now ooo 😅” By the way is that me or Abidjan is the hottest capital on the coast among the other cities I have had the chance to stay in: Accra, Lome, Cotonou, Lagos?
When you tear apart two people their connection can be effected for the worse. I’m out of my home town over 4 years now where I left behind amazing friends of mine. This post is dedicated to them and all friendships which has suffered from distance what moving abroad can bring into anyone’s life.
This documentary about Makala can give the ignorant and way too quick to criticize over-privileged people minimum the idea why to shut up, so please watch and share this documentary about an African villager’s everyday life struggles.
Being worried unnecessarily? Go through a 5 points method which I applied in my own case to help me calm down.
If you are lost in hunting the best prices for flights, use my past experiences as learning. It is a ritual for me when I’m purchasing a plane ticket.
Returning from years spent abroad can be joyful and at the same time kind of bittersweet pain.. How do you feel when you return to your homeland?