Autumn vibes

It’s been almost one month since I posted something on my blog. What can I say… I was busy with a lot of things including my new job but I’m happy that I found some time to write a few words here. First of all, I’m happy that summer is finally over (haters gonna hate). Don’t get me wrong. I usually almost like summer but this year the high degrees made me desire to move myself into a fridge as soon as possible. Now that this pain is over, I’m happy to welcome autumn even though it brought with it a lot of excessive rain but who cares since the temperature is decent now.

I miss travelling and sometimes I even feel that I miss school. Life feels different now. A lot of responsibilities, tragedies, less free time and bills to pay. Remember to always slap a kid whenever he says that he wants to grow up faster (joking, but seriously though, why would you want that?). Given the fact that this new life-style can be demanding, it’s always recommended to find a way to still do things that you like. For instance, I’m planning a short trip to Budapest next month and it’s the perfect opportunity to reconnect with my dear Erasmus friends. My post Erasmus depression kicks in every time I’m looking at photos that I’ve taken during my time in Zadar, Croatia.

Also, I’m intending to visit Norway and Sweden again next year (challenge accepted) and to take Cambridge (CAE) English exam (finally). That’s it for now. Looking forward to write about my latest adventure. 🙂

Growing up in a small city, I never thought I would get the chance to travel the world, yet dreams can always come true. You just need to be dedicated, passionate, and always eager to try new things and never step away from being yourself.