Exactly 4 years ago, I went with my best friend to Australia. I didn’t have a clue back then that my life was going to change massively. Everybody who knows me, would tell you that I’ve changed a lot during my 3 year stay in Australia.
People want to see the world and travel, but often they sabotage their dreams with excuses as to why they can’t. Here are the top 5 excuses and how to avoid making them.
Just a few years ago, I was a huge pessimist. I would often imagine the worst thing that could possibly happen before it could even logically occur. And of course, most of the time nothing bad happened. My friends knew that, my family knew that, everybody around me knew that (except me). When my friends told me at one time, how negative I was, it hurt me. I wasn’t able to realize, that I really was a negative person and people perceived me that way. I couldn’t believe that.
- June 8, 2015
She told me that. The one who knows me the best. Maybe besides my mother, but I’m not really sure about that.
That I’m weird. And because she knows me the best, it has to be true. Not that she would mind, she got used to it. But she told me that others do mind.
- June 1, 2015
2014 was one of the best years of my life. I achieved something I was trying to achieve for more than 2 years – becoming location independent. I experienced a lot of awesome things. In this blog post, I have summarized what happened in my life in 2014 that I’m grateful for.
- February 4, 2015