Life can get overwhelming sometimes. Finding a balance between the day-to-day business activities, mixed with finding the right amount of passion to keep on growing skills and learning more and more, keeping family and friends close, showing love, understanding and compassion can put a lot of pressure on all of us. 12 months a year, 24 hours a day, this can drive people insane (well, not literally, but it can lead us to frustration and anxiety).
We all need an escape, we all need a place to run and forget about our worries, fears and troubles. Weekends are sometimes too short to plan a vacation or an exist plan. Books can only help us so much, although it’s nice to fly to a different world, become a new character, experience new eras and adapt to different plots and twists. Continue reading “Roadtrips – fuel for the soul”
It is never easy to truly write about feelings. Expressing powerful emotions has to be one of the most difficult things to write about. If you say too much everyone will know your secrets, if you say too little you might seem shallow. So, what’s the best way to approach this sensitive subject?
Well, there’s no easy way around it, so: just do it!
People never seem to find the right moment in time to say what they truly feel. Time doesn’t seem to be our best friend when we want to express certain feelings. As soon as that “perfect timing” passes the impact of our emotions and expressions doesn’t have the same effect. Continue reading “Love-ing”
Have you ever felt like your life was just routine? Waking up in the morning, having a cup of coffee, going to work, doing your daily chores, going back home, doing some house-stuff, watching a movie and going to bed. Next day doing it all over again, until the “Holy-Weekend” came and passed-by in the blink of an eye. Basically living on the edge of what life should actually mean to a human being…
Well, I’ve had the feeling described above for a year, every single day. I felt trapped and I felt like I was in a cage from where I couldn’t escape… it felt like all the happiness, excitement and joy was slowly crawling out of my body and waving a sad goodbye in my face.
I saw it going away, but I couldn’t do much about it. Professionally and personally my life looked “not so good” and I couldn’t find the energy to actually get a grip on life and start living again. Continue reading “Move on…”
Sometimes I write my posts when I’m directly affected by certain aspects in my life. Today I am writing this post because it’s Friday and because something really interesting happened. Something I didn’t believe was possible.
This morning I went to a coffee shop, to buy some coffee for my work colleagues and for myself. Because my husband couldn’t come with me, I took a cab and asked the driver to wait for me.
Continue reading “Friday Mood…”
Three days have passed from the new-started year of 2017. How exciting… we have 12 months to do things, tick our checklists and set new goals and accomplish what we didn’t in 2016. A fresh start, a second chance, or simply just another new year start. We all have different perspectives, different ideas, different objectives and final goals. It is totally understandable.
This year, all I want is for people to come together and try to accomplish things together, let’s just call it a common purpose. Continue reading “Out with the Old, In with the New…”
Such a nice feeling… such a familiar and cozy feeling. That’s exactly how this felt. It was as if time had just stopped, and all the worries, all the grown-up concerns and all the daily hustle had just dissolved. Winter, Summer, Spring and Fall, 4 parts of the Gilmore’s revival managed to bring back all sort of emotions and made us laugh, cry and wonder what will happen next…
It all started in 2000, October 5th, that’s 16 years ago! Sixteen!!! I can still remember I was checking the books Rory read, so I could start reading them as well. I suffered with her, for Dean, Jess and Logan, and I secretly hoped she would end up with Logan – something about the English charm probably. Continue reading “Gilmore Girls”
This is a story about Jane (fictional name) whom I’ve met about 8 years ago. Jane is an amazing woman, and her life has been full of ups and downs. Let’s just say her life literally had everything in it. Happy moments, sad memories, drama, fun and love. Her heart has learned to adapt to situations and she eventually understood that life isn’t all about money and wealth. Once she got to understand this, she realized that her 15 years old job needs to change. She has been working in the same place for such a long time, a time when she witnessed change, a time when she had to adapt to new technology, to keep up, and a time when she forgot to live her actual life, outside of the office. Continue reading “Being P R O U D!”