Day 30 of the Writing Challenge. What have I learnt?

“I discovered to my joy, that is life, not death, that has no limits.” ~ Gabriel Garcia Marquez 


The writing challenge has come to an end!And I must say, it’s been a very interesting adventure for me. 

I have learnt a lot about myself, but also about where I want this blog to head to from now on. 

I came into a very enjoyable routine – every day around 6pm I would sit down with my thoughts and try to write something. 

A also noticed that during this month, I wrote more in my diary – everything that happened to me, I would make a note about it and try to reflect on my feelings after it had happened. 

I think this is was the best part about this exercise: I created this sanctuary for myself, sharing all these thoughts, problems and reflections that are constantly on my head with my own safe environment.

I kept this notebook where all my blog ideas go into. Of course, not everything I have there ended up on here, but few of them did. 

And it made me happy. 

So, I decided that I owe it to myself and to you, beautiful souls that read my blog, that from now on, I will post twice a week. 

I know I will not have time to post every day – especially with an upcoming travelling plan involved – but twice a week is doable. 

It will also give me the chance to research and try to make my content interesting. 

A tendency I got from this experiment, was to concentrate more on positive thinking and on conscious living. I realised that this is something I am very passionate about, something that I want to share with the world. 

I will also focus more on my adventures while travelling and on tips I learn along the way. I will write about what I know, basically. My life experiences, all shared here with you. 

Thank you for being part of it, thank you for reading my blog and I hope you will join me in this next leg of my journey. 


“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.” ~ Shannon L. Alder 

Peace & Love,


About the author


Aspiring Wellness and Travel Journalist.
With a passion for books, music and Art, in the quest to discover my soul's Consciousness.
In my free time I am a vegetarian chef with a wild desire to be Free.

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