First of All, This is Me
Long story short, I quit my 9 to 5 and embarked on a journey to explore the world and do more of what makes me happy – travelling.
Exploring new places and cultures broadened my mind, I discovered my love for the ocean and scuba diving, I met a lot of fantastic people, I got more in touch with nature, and most importantly, with myself. Really, the best education I’ve ever received.
I couldn’t possibly keep all that for myself, hence this little blog was born. Sharing is caring after all 🙂
Most of my travelling I’ve done alone, which caused a lot of mixed reactions among family and friends. I wanted to show people not only the gorgeousness of our planet and the places I visit (both above and below sea level), but also to reflect my real experiences as a solo travelling woman. It became my mission to inspire more people, man and women, to travel and explore the world, be it alone or with someone.
Travelling also made me remember how important our connection with Mother Earth is and started being curious about the natural remedies different cultures around the globe use. I test it on myself and if it works, I’ll most definitely recommend it – it’s a gift from Nature 🙂
To get things even further, I decided to start my own Eco-Awareness online store, offering eco-friendly, biodegradable and ocean inspired products for people who care about the environment as much as I do. Click below to check it out:
Something that started as a little personal travel blog is now dedicated to safe and responsible travelling, scuba diving adventures, all natural home remedies, and the lifestyle changes we can make, in order to preserve our beautiful home planet.
With my stories I hope to install curiosity towards different places and cultures and make people aware of the wonderful possibilities waiting around each corner. I hope to give people the courage to try new things and why not explore diving as well 🙂 Scuba diving, free diving, whatever rocks your boat, the world below is incredible! Explore the land and the oceans.
My Outlook On Life In A Picture And a Quote:
“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.” – John Lennon.
I hope you enjoy my stories and I don’t be shy to follow me on Social Media as well 🙂
Happy travels and many happy bubbles,