Over the past few months I had this idea of inviting friends to come and write a guest post on my blog. Why? Well, it’s always interesting to see other views and why not share them with everyone. Alexandra, John and Ingrid are some of my blogger friends that shared some insights into travelling, exploring new places and Erasmus experiences which can literally change your life for good.
The exciting part is that more of my friends are set to publish a unique article that will bring together a really nice collection of impressions, thoughts and good insights about several areas, starting from travelling, photography, psychology and even archaeology. Stay tuned for these exciting articles and meanwhile, feel free to enjoy what the guest post collection contains so far:
I’ve known Alexandra since 6th grade and we’re good friends for some years now. Read about her experience in Greece here.
I’ve met Ingrid while studying History in Timisoara and all I can say is that she’s one of the most talented people I know. Read her article here.
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Just like me, John is a major Eurovision and music fan. He’s an amazing photographer and loves everything about Italy. Read his article here.
Mental health might not seem as important because it doesn’t physically hurt and if oftentimes overlooked. However, it includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of…
You lie on the bed and scroll: “Top 100 places to visit in a lifetime”, “How to travel on a budget”, “10 packing essentials”, “See the world in x days”…and you dream. You dream yourself travelling. Exploring the streets of ancient cities, climbing up the winding staircase in a medieval castle, getting a taste of…
Hi, I’m John and I’m currently studying Photography at Falmouth University. I’ve known Florin for a few years now. We met through his online Eurovision contest and the friendship went from there. I accepted his challenge because I needed to occupy my head with other ideas that didn’t surround my course. I love my course…
When Florin asked me to write this post I was very excited. Then, as I was selecting the photos to post here, came the sorrow. If I had to sum up my Erasmus experience in just a few words, the conversations I had with my best friend who was waiting for me at home is…