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Travel advice Eastern Europe

The importance of paying off your loans

September 11, 2019

He who thinks

September 4, 2019

The southeasternmost point of the mainland EU

July 11, 2019

Adventure calls

March 27, 2019

Morning coffee

March 27, 2019

Life is short

December 5, 2018

It's a beautiful day to be alive

November 13, 2018

In your life, what do you do just for yourself?

August 27, 2018

On the move

August 18, 2018

Don't settle down if you don't want to

August 10, 2018

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Ups and downs of living abroad

April 23, 2018

It seems like it's all fun. It is, until it's not. Living abroad is hard. No matter where. You could say that life is hard in general. It has ups and downs. I would say living abroad makes these ups and downs more intense. I'm incredibly happy when I see my folks in the Netherlands but the sadness when I leave again crushes me for at least a day. I then start wondering where I even belong. Sometimes I just don't know. And I feel stuck in the rut of living here - going to work and doing daily chores. But once the plane lands, I'm back in Sofia and at work again, working out, doing groceries, I feel just fine. And when I'm on a hike in Bulgaria's glorious mountains or having a drink on a sunny terrace the 'up' gets very intense again. I guess this is all a part of it. A life abroad intensifies your struggles but also your rewards. And I found I'm more than willing to deal with both. Are you up for it?

 

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