When I was a baby, I never let be held face to face. I pushed with both arms and legs as strong as I could, desperately wanting to be turned around. As soon as I “faced the world“, I started smiling. My parents were telling this story often. I guess I was born curious. 👀 Throughout life, this innate curiosity has been expressed in many different ways, today wanderlust dominants. People say I’m crazy for ‘living on the road’, that I should ‘settle’, plan for the future, start a family by certain age, etc. Some go deeper into psychology by judging on my personality: ‘fear of commitment’, ‘grounding issues’, ‘raised wrong’, ‘instable’, ‘should talk to a specialist’. Others do congratulate on the free spirit, courage, persistence, life energy, mindset, determination. My opinion: everyone’s opinion is a reflection of them and doesn’t have anything to do with the external world! 🗣 My motto: “Life is short and the world is wide!” To me, everything that’s considered ‘normal’, ‘socially acceptable’, ‘expected’ in this society is kind of boring. I live to explore, ‘home-work-home’ life triangle sounds wrong, stagnation of any kind scares the sh*t out of me! Don’t confuse this with instability or irresponsibility - I’m just not sacrificing today for some tomorrow that may never come. ⚠️ But we are all different - what excites me might be weird for you, and vice versa, and that’s ok! You shouldn’t be taking my steps, nor judging them either. But that sh*t that makes YOUR eyes shine - whatever it is - do it! And do it often! Enjoy every moment and never regret doing things you love! Who cares?! Almost nothing you worry about today will matter a year from now anyway. ✌🏼 Life is a journey filled with random moments of joy, happiness for no reason, things that entice a smile, make your eyes glow, take your breath away… Nothing’s promised, and if we live today for the sake of tomorrow, our life is a big mistake. Be responsible, but don’t take life too seriously - there is no ‘promised land’ or ‘guaranteed bliss’ you should fight and sacrifice for today (not talking about religion, just a general attitude). Treat life as a game and take the joystick (JOY-stick!) in your hands!