My thoughts of 2019: Travel with an open heart

2019 is almost over, and I want to take a moment and recap all the things I thought of and learnt in my travels and while I was home. And most importantly, I want to write down about travelling with an open heart and how that happened. I am not a patient person, but over … Continue Reading

How I overcame my quarter-life crisis: find the courage to become who you really are

As I am almost 30, I AM 30 TODAY, and the things once made me feel most annoyed, now are of no importance to me and others, which I ignored for a long time, surface as the most troubling or liberating things in my life. I want to share my thoughts and story on how … Continue Reading

A Romanian travels to New York: Getting my visa for the USA and Boarding for New York

Can one of the most expensive cities in the world be visited on a budget? YES. Here are my tips for saving money when travelling to New York City. Coming from Romania, travelling to Western countries can be challenging, from a budget point of view. And sometimes it requires a lot of preparations and applications. … Continue Reading

The Ugly Truth About Social Media (that nobody is speaking out)

The truth about social media is that it’s all about sales. And helping someone else to sell something. That’s why is this hype with likes, comments, sharing, and whatever the social media platform have. it’s about numbers and making users consume content. Because if you have convinced a large enough number of people to consume … Continue Reading

The online clutter and vanity

The online clutter kills me inside. I crave that almost-lost-now human interaction. I feel cluttered online as much as I am offline. And it sucks. In my living room. On my couch. Eating chocolate Christmas decoration, although Christmas is over for 3 weeks now, I find myself reading Seth’s latest blog. It’s about all the … Continue Reading