5 signs you might have Imposter Syndrome & how you can overcome it

How are you all? 🙂

I started my semester at university and I can already tell that it’s gonna be several hectic months ahead. With few more projects on hand at the moment I haven’t been writing as often as I want. I’ll hopefully be able to get back on track with at least one post per week on here! 🙂

Have you ever heard of ‘imposter syndrome’? I first came across this term on a Youtube video on The School of Life ’s channel (if you don’t know about it you should definitely subscribe to them) In short, Imposter Syndrome is the phenomenon (particularly among high-achieving individuals) when you’re convinced that you’re a ‘fraud’ in what you do, and do not deserve the success you’ve achieved. Continue reading 5 signs you might have Imposter Syndrome & how you can overcome it

Becoming a ‘multilayered’ person: why it’s good for you

How are you all? 🙂

The last few weeks have been crazy but exciting for me – I went on a solo trip to the freezing cold Russia in mid-January; came back, took my cousin around Copenhagen and had a long over-due catch up on life. I’ve had the chance to talk to so many interesting people lately – long and fruitful talks about my outlook on life, culture, self-discovery, religion, politics; but also on ridiculous jokes, borderline politically incorrect (but hilarious) discussions about stereotypes, countless memes and excessive tagging, you name it.
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I was unsure of my life goal. Then I asked myself these questions instead

How are you doing? 🙂 This week I’m hoping to write something more personal. Spilling out thoughts and stories of myself entering adulthood as a twenty something – how risky but exciting at the same time! Twenty years of age is truly a special period of time where you go through probably some of the most important transitions, or even transformations in life. You were told that opportunities are everywhere for you to grab – reach for what you want, seek something new, ‘go live your dream’.

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8 simple ways to reduce food waste and save money

An important key to mindful living and minimalistic lifestyle is to reflect on how we eat. Whilst abundance of food in modern days encourage us to ‘treat’ and ‘indulge’, it’s easy to forget to think beyond our plate. Often we want food that is nicely packaged, good looking and convenient. We also think buying in bulk means doing us & the environment good – that’s however not always the case!
Food waste is a world-wide issue – almost 1/3 of the food produced in the world every year for humans (that is approx. 1.3 billion tons!) is wasted or lost (check out some of the facts here if you’re interested.) Our shopping / dining out habits can be easily tweaked to reduce food waste and (of course) save you money. It doesn’t require a lot of change either – the more you do it, the more habitual it becomes.

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