Almost everybody will tell you to have a plan B ready just in case. As a backup if your initial plan fails. What that means is if the hard way is too hard, you always have an excuse to quit. So fuck plan B. Do what you have to do.
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Memories from the times when I was more afraid to ask a girl out than to risk everything and head straight into the unknown.
You see it and hear it all the time. It’s written everywhere. On coffee mugs, t-shirts, TV ads, sports stores, bank flyers, banners, buildings, cars, airplanes. Soon enough it might as well be written on the moon itself. Follow your dream. Fuck that. Follow your pain instead.
We spend every day of our lives in various environments and all kinds of situations. Each of these force us into a default pathway, also known as the easy option. That is a habit and most often than not it’s a bad one. Let’s find out how you can build better ones.
A how-to guide on building the perfect bubble for your life. Or some wicked thoughts about positivity, kindness and living an undisturbed life on Earth.
Nowadays, many people say we should disconnect. I say we should connect more. With the nature, with ourselves and with the others.
When you see pain as the enemy, life begins to hurt and everything starts falling apart. But pain is not the enemy. Pain is a good old friend. Welcome it. Embrace it.
Climbing El Teide, Spain’s highest peak on the island of Tenerife. Clouds and rainbows, a strong wind and freezing cold plus stunning scenery, awesome fun and some wonderful people were the ingredients I had.
Aimless wandering off the beaten path, through bushes, cactuses and rocks above and around one very special place in Tenerife. The lovely little village of Masca.
Full of retired people, modern flashy hotels and expensive oceanfront restaurants, Costa Adeje – Tenerife is not my kind of destination. But there’s enough to do around if you’re running away from tourist hot-spots like me.