Living the slow life in Sfantu Gheorghe Romania, far away from ‘civilization’, surrounded from all sides by water and beautiful wildlife. And mosquitoes.
Vlad Craciun Posts
That moment when you’re hungry for a new horizon and feel like packing your backpack and buying a one way ticket to somewhere far, far away. Wanderlust.
My dream job: Five years later. When one man’s pleasure turns into another’s pressure and when the job you once thought great turns not so great anymore.
Most often than not we’re told what to do to get a certain result in life. But sometimes it’s best to know what not to do. How (not) to fuck up your life.
We’re always searching for the best gadget ever, a perfect device to fit our modern lifestyle and improve our day to day life. Guess what? We have it already. And it’s not the smartphone.
Whenever someone asks us, we all seem to be doing just fine. By default. We’re all fine because of the fear of not being listened and accepted. We’re all fine because everybody else seems to be fine. But are we truly doing ok?
We humans, we’ve always tried to define every possible thing, from all those tiny details of life to life itself. We’ve become masters of definitions, but sometimes these very definitions we created limit who we can become.
Too often we try to define happiness – that forever illusory and alluring dream of ours – and fit it into a box, yet those are the moments when we’re the most far away from it.
The stories we tell ourselves are hiding the hardest and coldest truth about our lives. Every time life doesn’t look rosy, we turn to stories to comfort ourselves.
Some thoughts on trying to live outside the box and the never ending chase for the greener grass on the other side, a chase that seems to have no viable end in sight. A paradox nonetheless.