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I am currently on my way to explore, discover and learn as much as possible while travelling through this stunning world. Everything I possess is one suitcase of stuff and my laptop. I work as an actress and model, study business and engage in entrepreneurial projects as often as I can. I love second hand, books, my backpack and hiking. My generation is unbelievably lucky to be as mobile and free as we are. I appreciate my lightness of being more than anything. I think we are doing well but I am sure we can do better. There is lots of making waiting to be done out there. You are welcomed to have a look on my professional portfolio and private blog.
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by Mateusz Skalka
10 days ago I got on my new walking-journey, starting from Porto all the way up along the Portuguese coast. Porto gave me a great start and the walk along the ocean was full of freezing, cold wind, humid air that tastes like salt and the sound of wild Atlantic waves. The mystical foggy mornings Read more about Porto-Vigo-Mallorca-Berlin[…]
My dear Barcelona, I am leaving. Here it goes, all over again, big suitcase, bigger hopes. Saying goodbye to four months full of sun, walks, books, friend’s visits and private guitar recitals on my balcony. I am four months older and one experience richer. Do I have any idea what is waiting for me down Read more about Wherever you are, make sure you’re there[…]
We’re all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the scars. – Oscar Wilde So here I am, walking through the breathtaking streets of a city that makes me feel like architecture and sun have the power to refresh my mind. Barcelona is stunning, it smells like sea and my neighbourhood has Read more about Barcelona, restless as it is[…]
If you think you are too small to make a difference, you have not spent a night with a mosquito. I wake up at 5 a.m., I pretend not to see cockroaches running through my mini-bathroom, there is no light you could turn on and no door you can open but a swinging piece of Read more about Ecuador: Uncomplicated happiness, Beautiful mess[…]
So, this is it. Once again, one huge suitcase is packed and closed, the room is clean, terribly white and strangely empty. The pictures are gone, the self-painted drawer changed location to my neighbour’s room, the flowers disappeared. It is time to go. Mannheim was a place I ended up choosing absolutely randomly, as it Read more about Goodbye Mannheim, Farewell Germany[…]
I decided long time ago not to deny myself the simplest pleasures of life and currently great books and hot coffee are the two primary of them. I also realised that I have this habit of reading the last page twice. As if I was desperately trying to prolong the experience of reading the particular Read more about Autumn Reading List[…]
A Harvard Crimson survey showed 20 percent of 2015 grads are going into consulting, 25 percent of employed Yale graduates enter the consulting or finance industry and I was not able to find a statistic about University of Mannheim but from the gut feeling I can say that at least half of my friends have Read more about To consult or not to consult[…]
“If I got lost along the way I had a compass that I had found embedded in a pile of wet leaves I was kicking my way through. The compass was old and rusted but it still worked, connecting the earth and stars. It told me where I was standing and which way was west Read more about Dreaming Dolomites[…]
Many people spend their lifetime without discovering a true passion. They spend days, weeks, months and years working a 9-5 desk job that they might hate or might actually quite enjoy, but it doesn’t fulfill a passion deep inside them, their lives aren’t richer as a result of working such a job. I am a deeply lucky Read more about Why do I act[…]
Even if we don’t have the power to choose where we come from, we can still choose where we go from there. Most of the people come back home, in the traditional sense of the word, to the place where they grew up, and feel some kind of sentiment, warm feelings. Honestly, I do not. Read more about Choosing where to go[…]