Spontaneous decisions are usually the best ones aren’t they ?! After a little more than 2 years in London I’ve decided to…move out!
You might think that I’ve lost my mind (how actually big part of my friends and family thinks…), but honestly I am super excited to go there! London is great, I do love that city, I feel at home and I know that it’s a perfect base for me as a blogger (skip cold and rain). So no worries, I will come back! But a little break from that never-ending, rush, crowd and noise is more than needed – even for me – big city gal. I don’t need 24 hours entertainment, parties until the sunrise and after-work-everyday drinks. I am also not participating in any rat race. I know what I want and step by step I am getting closer to my goal.
What I do need at the moment is to clear my mind, and I truly believe that waking up in a small town, breathing in clean air and observing eye-friendly landscapes will help me with that. We all know Mother Nature is a badass but Switzerland seems to be just a surrealistic paradise! So yeah, my camera is ready to capture some outstanding shots and record some incredible videos for you guys!
Oh yeah, and one more thing, my soulmate aka boyfriend made a choice of his life deciding that since now he will be working with be on my blog…Woohoo!!! I would be a very bad liar if I would say that I wasn’t jumping from happiness when he told me so! We already have a lot of travel plans and I can’t wait to make them happen! :)))
I will be also creating Ultimate Travel Couple Bucket List during our travels and sharing with you what every travel couple should tick off !
- Move together to another country.
There is nothing better than going for an adventure together. Doesn’t exist any better way to get to know each other deeply while living & traveling together. It’s funny to see how we behave out of our comfort zone, somewhere where we don’t have friends, we don’t know the language and a barista in a local cafe doesn’t recognize us…at all. Where we need to face the reality, look for jobs and start living a new life. We’re not planning to spend our life being closed between 4 walls, seeing Safari only in TV, wearing winter jackets 10 months long and everyday going to the same 9-5 boring job (worst scenario). The passion to travel is what created such a strong bond between us and I don’t see another option like just make it even stronger.
Switzerland, here we come!