Do you ever feel like you’re just floating along the river of life, that something might be missing?
Do you crave a job that speaks to your natural interests and fulfills you, but you feel as if you wouldn’t know where to start looking?
Education, misconceptions of “passion” and social pressures have made it increasingly difficult for people to understand their authentic self and therefore, to understand what will offer them the most satisfaction in life.
“Young, Wild & Free?” offers an insight into how young people have adapted to everyday life in a global pandemic.
“I’m not the biggest, not the tallest, not the strongest and I’m not the fittest. I’m just a normal fella, but I’ve been down and I’ve been able to get back up.”
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https://pixabay.com/photos/genoa-liguria-tourism-city-scenic-4389892 Before moving abroad to a new country, one is usually aware of certain aspects of unfamiliar culture and language barriers they’ll have to deal with when they arrive. What I found however, was that the toughest parts of living in a new country for the first time were challenges Continue reading “My Italian Experience: The highs, lows, and lessons of a first time living abroad.”
Credit of featured image: Penguin Books USA Start With Why by Simon Sinek is one of the most influential pieces of work I’ve ever come across in my life. I’d highly recommend it for anybody, but for people out there that are looking to either be inspired or to inspire others, this is an absolute
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https://pixabay.com/photos/dublin-luas-transport-sunset-4059919/) It’s about time we recognized one of the opportunities that Covid presents to us. The spread of Covid–19 around the world meant that millions of employees had to pack up their desk and begin work from home. As bad as this initially was for those who consider themselves Continue reading “Covid gives us a chance to reimagine our cities”