People being humans

The current situation in the world showed us how no matter our background, lifestyle, status etc. we are all humans with the same bodies, minds, souls, and spirits. It is easy to forget what it means being a human but I believe travelling does give us the opportunity to rediscover humanity. Advance technology and globalization … Continue reading People being humans

A Journey through English

For those whose first language is not English, I’m sure you all remember the very first time you had to speak in English. It feels weird, and it’s as if you are becoming a completely different person. Mind you that happens with every new language you learn. But since English is the international language, it’s … Continue reading A Journey through English

The power of words

When you’re travelling, you often encounter strangers that, with their stories, give you power. But only recently did I feel the real power of communication and speech. In the summer of 2019, I had the chance to participate in a volunteering project as a leader. Being responsible for a team that consisted of people from … Continue reading The power of words

Dreaming Again

While on the road, I often encountered people who, in one way or another, were working hard towards their dreams. Though one would wonder, what dreams really are. Dreams can have several definitions and synonyms. People no matter where they are from, what their occupation is or what their status is, they always dream of … Continue reading Dreaming Again

It’s never too late

It’s never too late Sometimes when traveling, you get to be anonymous and become a stranger among strangers. But strangers can become your friends, lovers, heroes, or inspiration. Although I was born in a generation where women are much more privileged than in the past, as a woman, I experienced moments that made me realize … Continue reading It’s never too late

Being Anonymous

When traveling, you often get to see sights of considerable significance to the country. You get to learn about remarkable people that, in their own way, brought glory to their country. But I have to say, being anonymous sometimes feels more glorious than being someone. As a traveller, I often seize the joy and beauty … Continue reading Being Anonymous

The struggles of an introvert

In general, there are two types of people, attention seekers, and attention avoiders. I’ve always been part of the latter. I was always content being in the background and having a supporting role. As an introvert, I love having a simple life, and I don’t need much to be satisfied. Although even if I do … Continue reading The struggles of an introvert

Dream. Explore. Discover.

People often move abroad for educational, economic, or political reasons. Indeed, living abroad gives great opportunities both in daily and professional life. But today, I would like to explore the opportunities we gain from living abroad regarding discovering and learning. Currently, I live in the Czech Republic, and I have to say that it is … Continue reading Dream. Explore. Discover.

Happiness is the key

A smile can be a powerful tool. Although it’s an asset for happiness, it can also bring forward sadness, anger, or embarrassment. Globalization indeed created a world that often has no borders. Friendships and relationships now can easily be found everywhere because of mutual understanding. But often, there are moments of misunderstandings or awkwardness because … Continue reading Happiness is the key

Expect the unexpected

When travelling, we often face surprising situations. During my time in China, unexpectedly, my friend was required to go back to her work. She was needed as a translator for a guest from a Belgian company. And somehow, I ended up pretending to be a businesswoman. For three days, I was following my friend and … Continue reading Expect the unexpected

Snowfall

Travelling is all about experiencing new things. Cultures, customs, traditions, food, and lifestyle. In my case, during my first visit to Budapest, I got to experience winter.  Like everyone else, I associate snow with Christmas, Santa Claus, reindeers, decorative lights, and fresh-baked cookies. But during my time in Budapest in mid-January 2017, I got to … Continue reading Snowfall