A: Travel solo. Think about your ideal trip - where would you go? and book yourself a flight! Traveling gives you a break from your fast-paced life, recharges your batteries and provides a welcome change of scenery. The perk of traveling alone is you’re not tied to anyone else, constantly thinking about compromises and you can embark on whatever expedition you like, it's you on your own. You take care of yourself, you rediscover yourself, reaffirm, change, learn, grow, evolve: self-love. You see the world with another eye. Life is your guide and experiences will be marked and remembered forever.
A: Life experiences for sure lol I love this exchange of experiences in which both will remember moments and share laughs, tips, advice. Live life, thanking for family, friends and moments that move you, transform you, makes you stronger, happier and more responsible. Learn, grow, evolve. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
A: Some of my 'extra mile' comes from a sense of fairness and an outgoing nature. I choose my words carefully and aim to find common ground with as many people as possible and make sure everyone gets heard, all balanced. I always prefer to look on the bright side and I have high hopes for starting new projects and learning new things. Being witty, smart, and excellent conversationalist I have active imagination that allows me to travel wherever I go but always keeping my feet on the ground.
A: If I don't have HOPE I don't have anything.
LOVE because family and friends are never guaranteed to stay in one's life.
MUSIC is life itself.
Having no CHALLENGES in life is the biggest difficulty in your growth.
Nothing clears my headspace quite like EXERCISE.
A: I’ve trained myself to illuminate the things in my personality that are likable and to hide and protect the things that are less likable.
A: Whenever possible I pack and go around aimlessly. I'm very curious, I like to know new things, different cultures and exchange good experiences with people who simply cross their path for some reason that I will only discover by living each experience.
A: The flip side of being a conflict aphobe is that I am a natural-born peacemaker. I always urge people to see another’s point of view, and that can be a really handy skill in life. When something just isn’t right, I'm not okay and I want to fix it, I want to seek out that fairness and justice.
A: Being very sincere and honest, I don't follow any diet. I eat everything - but healthy and clean. Years ago I started to re-educate myself with food cause I ate a lot of bullshit when I was a kid. Nowadays when I want to achieve some goal I regulate the type of food, time and intensity of training and rest.
A: I find fulfilling mutual desires to be immensely, enormously and endlessly satiating.
A: I don't have time to sit around all day listening to criticism from people who do nothing but sulk and complain.
I'm an action taker that believe that ‘where there is a will there is a way’ and when it comes to my dreams I go after what I want regardless of what anybody says.
A: Rational, gentle, good ethical sense, responsible, practical, hunger for life.
A: My always-generous relativism allows me to see both sides of every situation. I don't get tied down to a single view of things. I frequently question myself and rethink my views. I do what I say and can get a lot done.
A: Intelligence, humor, good personality. Unpredictability, fairness, free spirit.
A: I rather chill and laid-back approach to life. I try not to get wound up over silly things or blow situations out of proportion and I'm able to remain calm and level-headed even during extreme chaos.