I haven’t been really active lately, on the blog, my Instagram, I guess my private life in general. I’ve been focussing on my exams and my internship which starts tomorrow. I’m happy, confused, sad and excited in the same time, because my last semester is about to start and after that… comes graduation. I have absolutely no idea what the future holds, once I had it all figured out but right now, I just don’t know anymore.
Howdy! How is everyone doing? I hope each and everyone of you got to enjoy a wonderful Christmas with your loved ones! Also, may 2017 bring you lot’s of happiness and I hope you’ll remain (or become!) healthy!
“I’m in the war of my life
At the door of my life
Out of time and there’s no where to run.”
Hello! I’m back again! I’ve been on the road for a few weeks cruisin’ around America in a Chevy. Some of you who also follow me on Instagram have already seen that it’s been quite a journey. While on the road you come across so many things. A lot of cool things but you also get to see things which leave you thinking. During trips like this, which are actually pretty tough, (in a good way!) you also learn a lot about yourself. I got insights which were pretty obvious to me now I look back on it, but while in a rush of stress and deadlines during school I lost track on them.
So, the other day I was thinking about how much of a rollercoaster the last year of my life has been. I’m about to turn 21 in a month and I had kind of a little ‘throw back’ in my head. I do that from time to time, especially around my birthday. It may sound weird to say since I have a pretty good life, but mostly I feel kind of sad when I look back on the last year. I always feel like I could have made it a better one, and all the plans and dreams I had mostly remain untouched. I know I’m the one to blame for that.
It’s how good you want to be.
In my opinion finding peace is the most valuable thing. I’m talking about finding peace with yourself. Personally I’ve been in a lot of conflicts with myself – which is normal – over the last 20 years, but for some reason I think it’s save to say that I ‘found my peace’ for now. How did I get there and what can you do to be more confortable and happy in your own skin?