A long range-, exotic-, distance-, remoteness-, partway- or just long distance relationship, you have them in all sorts of forms and names. They all have one thing in common: not physically being together with the person you want to be together with. Moreover, probably the kind of relationship everyone tries to avoid. After being separated with my girlfriend for the past 6 months, being 6500 km apart and having a 6-hour time difference, I think it is time to share the lessons I have learned from this experience. Why do I think it’s important to share these lessons? Well, everyone who is in a long distance relationship or ever has been, knows goddamn well how though it can be. Therefore, I like to share my tips and tricks, advice and experience in order to make yours maybe a little bit easier. Enjoy reading!
Having my last week in Barcelona, I realized that it was soon time to leave this amazing city. What was I going to miss? What did I enjoy the most? What do I believe Barcelona has to offer? Besides the amazing people I’ve met and the new things I have tried, ie. Yoga classes, Salsa and Bachata classes, Wu shu kung fu classes, there are a few things that stand out for me. The past 5 months have been amazing and I will definitely miss this city. However, what will I miss most? What has Barcelona taught me? Find it out below!
Is it because of a different culture? Or just because everything is new? Or because you are constantly out of your comfort zone? Or maybe a mix? I believe that living abroad gives you experiences no book, subject or person can ever teach you. Living abroad to me equals experiencing life through another lens, another filter. It has given me so many great opportunities, taught me many lessons made me the person who I am today. Find out why I love living abroad and read about an amazing story of randomly meeting new people.
‘A new year, full of new challenges. Dream big and you will get there’. It is that time of the year again: January. Social Media is filled with New Year’s resolutions and everyone is busy with sharing their goals and dreams for 2018. Wherever you look, you find the question: ‘What are your dreams for 2018?’ ‘What are your New Year’s resolutions?’ But why do we even set resolution? Where is this tradition coming from? And do I believe in setting resolutions? Did I set any? Find it all out below in this week’s blog!