The Meaning of Simple Living & High Thinking

Oh man, this is a good one. I've been wanting to write this post for so long since posting A Giving Mentality: A Minimalistic Approach to Owning Too Much. A little background story. I've always wanted to be more minimalistic. I've always been kind of minimalistic as I've been traveling and living abroad for years. I've... Continue Reading →

6 Ways Minimalism Will Improve Mental Health

The world sometimes associates having more with feeling more successful. In fact, learning how to live simply without the need for unnecessary materialistic things can do wonders for your emotional health and overall wellbeing. What is Minimalism? Becoming a minimalist is basically the mindset of less is more. Living the minimalist lifestyle is based on... Continue Reading →

Do You Want to Live Abroad? Here Are Some Common Pros and Cons

My first experience with living abroad was in 2011 when I moved to London. I moved there without weighing the pros and cons of living in a foreign country. I've since lived in Lisbon and Dublin combined for a few years and I've learned how to actually research the pros and cons before moving. This... Continue Reading →

10 Incredible Skills You Will Learn Whilst Solo Traveling the World

Traveling solo can be a massive challenge for a lot of people - but most people don't realize how much you'll actually learn whilst doing so. I've been traveling solo for years, and I want to talk to you about the skills I've learned and how I use them to enhance my career and life... Continue Reading →

5 Reasons Why Dublin Is Brilliant for First Time (And Experienced) Expats

Hey guys, thanks for stopping by. If you're new, you don't know that I've lived in four countries, including my home country - Denmark. The three other places are London in the UK, Lisbon in Portugal, and Dublin in Ireland. I thrive when writing about my travels and sharing my experience doing so. Today, I... Continue Reading →

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