Hungary – Croatia – Norway – England – Germany – The Netherlands – Belgium – France – Italy – Spain
What’s Your Biggest Fear?
For my last question I thought I’d elaborate a little bit. So my original plan was to live and work in London for the next two years as I already got my visa before I left New Zealand. After travelling around for four months, I found myself forced to go back to England because of visa restrictions and realising that it’s the least excited I’ve been in all of my travels. I saw all these amazing, vibrant places and met a heap of interesting people, then I left them all to move to the greyest city everrr. I guess you could say, I’m not a big fan of London or just England in general. Except Bath, really loved Bath. I love my friends in London, had a great social life and was constantly on the move, but the ‘vibe’ wasn’t for me.
After a month of crashing at a friends, I came back home to reassess what I wanted to do (and bonus, have my third summer in a row). It’s a hard thing to explain to people that have this picture of this amazing London in their head, I guess. I don’t think you can really know if you like a place until you’re there. Anyway, to answer the question I’m basically back at home, trying to decide my next move and having no idea what to do. I’d love to go back and give it a go in Edinburgh or elsewhere in the UK, move to Australia or just get a visa for somewhere else. Who really knows? So my biggest fear, to answer the question, is the unknown.
Love this ?? You are one talented lady, the world is your oyster! Looking forward to seeing what your next step is ?
Thanks lovely, you’re too kind! I do too 😉 Happy holidays x
Love the way you ‘styled’ all the question and answers, as for the last one, the unknow. That for sure frighten us all but I want to think that it’s not that uncertain as it seems, that infact there is a fine veil covering it and through our actions, our self developement and our growth we get to see peeks of it that help us build the future.
lots of love!
Thanks so much for the comment Laila, I’m glad you liked it since it was so fun to put together 🙂 Exactly! I sometimes it’s too easy to get caught up in what we think we should be doing rather than choosing what we actually want to do. Hope you’ve had a lovely holiday period x