The more you have shared food, the more social you are. If there are small plates to share coming to the table, you can easily expect friendly environment.
“I won’t exist one day, and there’s nothing I can do about it.”
Time to say goodbye, memories, newly packed suitcases, heavier than they were when it all started.
Pisces: A bedroom to share with your loved one and a view that leaves your breathless. Yep, just that.
I look forward to the rhythm that comes with small town life.
Ask me how I got there and I’ll happily whisk you away in a tale of cobbled streets and antique lamp posts, men with thick eyebrows and women with slender ankles, children with rosy cheeks, weathered bicycles, shiny cars and low flying birds, and of architecture for miles.
I quit my teaching job at age 26. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do next, career-wise, which honestly terrified me. I just knew that teaching wasn’t for me.
Maybe ‘home’ is not about where you are, but about how you feel. The way you find yourself belonging to a person or place, simply because it’s where your heart has decided to rest.
You have to make the conscious decision to live your life for you and not let it pass you by waiting for something magical to happen.
Every trip teaches me something new and I always come home feeling inspired, full of energy, and excited to transform what I’ve experienced into something tangible.