Facing new challenges – Part II

I’m thrilled. Excited. Bouncing up and down my chair, because the next half year I’ll be living and working in the beautiful, magical Montenegro! – referring to blogpost of Part I, where I didn’t know the country yet – Not having mapped out any future plans whatsoever the past year, pieces of the puzzle finally start to fall into place. At least, for the next 6-7 months. Whatever happens after that, who knows?

Traveling made me think a lot about myself. My future, what I want in life. What I noticed is, I need change. Adventure. To get out of my comfort zone, to be challenged, to learn new things. I love traveling. – otherwise I wouldn’t write a travel blog I suppose – I love other cultures, I love to learn other languages and most important of all, I love to share experiences. How many times my friends ask me what to do in this city or where to go on the next trip, is uncountable. How many times I start to explain them where to go and what to do without them asking is even more numerous. – Sorry if I bored you to death with my travel stories – What I also know, is that I don’t want to play house and have 2,4 kids. At least not now, maybe in 5 years, maybe in 10 years, maybe never. Getting the chance to work and live in a different country, with a different language while talking about travels & trips – long live my enthusiasm – and being able to share wonderful stories & memories with incredible people seems to be godsend to me. – so far I’ve already got some pretty great memories from training, big thanks to everybody involved, ready to create some more unbelievable stories and unforgettable memories – Of course, I have to work. Hard. I might be really tired. It won’t be easy. But I’m so excited to seize opportunities with both hands and live life to the fullest.

So, more stories soon. Montenegro stories. Central America stories. Museums and nature. Living abroad stories. And pretty pictures. 

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