The day we say goodbye has come. I don’t know if I am happy or not, but I am for sure, grateful that we were together 5 years.
Thank you for the most amazing time of my life. Thank you for funding me 5,000 euros to study in Portugal and The Netherlands, thank you for sending me to the USA 3 times. Thank you for making my holidays more beautiful with the summer schools. Thank you for all the moments I spent with my colleagues in the dorms. Thank you for transforming 3 colleagues into 3 friends for life. Thank you for giving me access to free education and to some amazing teachers.
Thinking about Costa Rica
– Do you have coffee from Costa Rica?
After coming back from US, I wanted to check the fancy coffee store in Iulius Mall, next to Auchan.
I noticed they have coffee from all over the world, and being used with excellent customer service, and coffee from all over the world, I asked the lady for more information. I wanted to know about the regions their coffee comes from.
Are you a student and you can’t get a job because everybody is asking you „for experience” and „for your diploma”? I know… how the hell are you supposed to have experience if you are just starting at 20 years old?
However, there is still hope. There is a way you can impress your future employer. The key is to use your current school program as a mean to gather experience.
My life will die soon. That’s because every time I leave a place, I feel like I am dying. In a few weeks, my life in Lisbon as an Erasmus student will be gone. And everyone who ever met me, will look back and realize I was just a dream.
One of the saddest lessons that traveling will teach you is that life goes fast. Now you’re here, now you’re there, now you’re gone and everywhere. Traveling will teach you the lesson of living 100% in the present and enjoy every moment of it. Because just when you’ll get too comfortable, love the city, find your rhythm or meet someone, you’ll have to leave everything behind.
I don’t know about you, but I love words. The powerful ones that stick into your mind like the taste of lemon after drinking the tequila. It’s the way I express myself best: writing, writing, and writing. One day, I made a discovery about words. And I want to share it with you today.
Have you ever thought that in the whole dictionary, there is one particular word that’s known to be the most dangerous word ever? Before I’ll tell you which one it is, I’ll tell you a story.