Two months in Sydney – top things I have learnt

After two months of being in this beautiful city, as well as traveling as much as I possibly can, I have experienced hardships. I am grateful for them since they have made me stronger, and these are three of the things I have learnt (I will do a list with …

Bondi to Maroubra coastal walk

RECOMMENDED. Literally, it was the first thing I did after arriving to Sydney. Walking through golden shores and turquoise waters as the wind and sunshine kiss your face. It is crazy that such a beautiful view can be found next to one of the biggest cities. It is also crazy …

Sydney. I can’t believe this happened

New video out! With a tummy full of emotions, I inhale turquoise oceans and salmon coloured clouds. We walk for hours through places that are alive. Fear descends. Not really knowing what I am doing, I have lost track of time. It fills my heart with liquid gold to be living …

Traveling with less but staying classy

One part of you wants to carry the whole closet but the other part wants to carry the smallest suitcase possible. We’ve all been there… right? Here I write about some little tips I have been using lately for my year in Sydney!   Key:   1) Carry basics and …

Minimalism continued – airport story time!

Here comes the power of minimalism once again. Once, only once in all of my travel journeys, I carried a light suitcase with extra space. That time, my friends, was the best travel journey of my life. I am not exaggerating.   Packing the last two years of my life …

Minimalism & Traveling

“I need to carry this jumper, just in case. Oh, and these boots. And this other jumper! Oh, and I may need trainers too? Lets get them”. Until my suitcase was at the border of exploding out of all the “just in case”. My experiences have led me to embrace …

5 changes you experience after going abroad

For me, thinking about the possibility of studying abroad felt like standing on a cliff, while contemplating the intriguing but unknown indigo waters below it. Astonishingly tempting, but incredibly scary. Going to study abroad felt like jumping off that cliff into those gorgeous deep waters, without knowing what was underneath. …