To be fully present in the moment is getting harder and harder these days. We have a lot of things pulling us out of the now constantly, our phones, tablets and computers. They make escaping reality seem easy and we end up forgetting where we are and what is happening around us. As if we would rather communicate through texts than sit down and have a proper conversation.
With a lot of sadness in my heart but beyond grateful, I have to acknowledge the fact that my exchange is almost coming to an end. But knowing that everything I experienced here, will never fade away. This is only the beginning.
One month and so many new experiences later, I could not be more grateful for being a part of this. Who would have thought being 3000 miles away from everything, could feel so much as home?
Before going straight to Nova Scotia for my exchange program, we stayed in this beautiful city first to get already a first taste of what the Canadian way of life looks like.
WARNING The following page contains more personal information than I usually blog about.
As a lot of you who have followed my adventure for a while, may have noticed that I frequently go to Paris. Better yet, it is starting to feel like my second hometown. That is the reason why I wanted to make a post about the places I have seen and loved, because this city is too beautiful to be kept to oneself. It is a bit different from what I usually blog about, but everything is constantly changing so why keep on doing the same thing over and over again?
Embrace this season, ‘cause it’s now or never. No more waiting, all you have is now. So start acting like it and believe me, you’ll get rewarded. Dreams demand action, other wise they will turn out to be just thoughts.
Thinking denim only exists in jeans? Well this post is going to prove you wrong. Read further to discover the beautiful world of denim that has not become a pair of pants..
the longer you wait to find your own voice, the less likely you are going to able to find it at all
Spend a little more time trying to make something of yourself and a little less time trying to impress people.