If you've never been lost, you will never find a place called home
So, I decided to share my story with anyone who is motivated to read it :)
About two years ago, I just wanted to wake up as someone else, someone who was actually living her dream.
Why? The big 3-0 was about to bring me nothing. No job, no place to live and the cherry on top: I was recently dumped.
But, Instead of waking up with a bunch of courage to pursue my dreams... I woke up in a hospital. I just escaped death.…
Without knowing I have a rare
from a emergency heart operation due by the fact that I have a very
The following period was madness: recovering, rethinking, re-adjusting, rebooting. I had to reinvent the new me.
I realised giving up dreaming equals giving up living. So, despite all the restrictions that come with the new me, I found a way to chase my dreams. And trust me, it scares the crap out of me.
What is my dream? I guess my dearest friends know that I can become anxious from time to time because
because I'm not working on something that has an impact. Every other day, I wake up feeling that I'm chased by a angry bird screeming that I'm still not working on something meaningful. I've always tried to create a path for myself to
First of making an impact. It doesn't have to be world changing, it can also be a little thing that makes the world a little bit better. Working on projects, for a company or collaborate in new initiatives
I've been living in Amsterdam for over five years, and my entire life in The Netherlands.
I do feel extremely at home, nevertheless I imagening living my life in one country makes me feel like
cannot imagine a life where I djust have been living in one country while there is so much more to see. The feeling that borders are distan
and I feel extremely at home. Nevertheless, I keep thinking about all those other places, with different cultures, different habits, different people. I just have an extremly strong feeling that I just cannot get old
i get quite restless thinking about a life where i just have been living in the same country. There is so much more in the world to see, feel and experience. There is such an extreme
After I saved some money I quite my job in the film industry, a kept one job I could do remotely, and decided to start a side project while traveling around Europe. Why Europe? Well, it helps our project Whisk and it