My parents always used to say: ‘if you study hard you will get a good job’. As much as I respect and appreciate their advice, I also kindly disagree. At least in the traditional understanding of what ‘studying hard’ means. School, university, after-class courses, 3 diplomas, 3 different faculties, I’ve done it all.
Cross your legs, close your eyes, take a deep breath, and say ‘ommm’. Then clear your mind, think of nothing for 5, 10, 15 minutes. Breath in, breath out. Clear your mind, don’t think. Breath. Clear, don’t think, in and out. Then your life changes. Is it really that simple? Can meditation transform your life?
When you’re scared of something, you don’t do it. Makes sense? Not for Yvonne. Armed only with a bike (too big for her) she started her biking trip around the United Kingdom. A quest with the aim of bringing awareness about things that matter.
It was supposed to be a regular, boring 4-hour bus trip from Warsaw to Wrocław. Squeezed somewhere between a window and doors, watching tall bold pine trees on the highway because the wifi wouldn’t work and I forgot to buy the latest National Geographic.
I wanna be forever young… – sang Bob Dylan, Alphaville, and thousand others who covered this famous song. The motive of beating time and never growing old is known since the beginning of mankind. Is it then possible to bend nature and stay young – forever?
A journey of 1000 miles begins with a single step… The same story happens with any goal, to anybody in the world. How to become the best version of yourself and achieve all your goals, with minimum effort and maximum outcome? I call it ’20 challenges’ – my own methodology of personal growth.