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... all the moments I cherish are making me feel homesick the most. I can live anywhere but I get attached to people a lot. As a child after a holiday I would often cry one week after I was back home, because I missed the people I met.
It's still the same when leaving every time.
I hate this part. Saying goodbye makes me cry a long time and especially with people who mean a lot to me. Mostly I will cry a whole flight until my new destination or home. ...
... But I take a moment to think about the way I live and for now, I still love it. Probably in a few years my vision of a good life will change.
But like a said, everyone who thinks I am living a good life, I got one message: There is nothing to stop you from having this…it's a choice you make about HOW you want to live and there is no better or worse, you make it the best yourself
I am not rich, I am not spending my days ...
Last days I was thinking about my life. I think at a certain point in your journey everyone will do.
I realized that for the past 3 years , I haven't been living at the same place longer than ten months... I moved many times and my clothes are stocked at different places in the world.
Next week I will move again... To Australia. Maybe after this it's getting time to settle down but the past three years of moving and working at different places changed my view about ...
... br> As a student I worked in IKEA , so I was curious to see the Chinese version.
When I entered IKEA it was like magic. I entered a door in China with at the other side my own IKEA where I worked?! How could this be? Everything was the same, even the lay out of the building was the same.
If there weren't that much Chinese people walking around and if the BJöRNLOKA hadn't had Chinese signs beneath it you could have told me I was in IKEA Wilrijk ( ...
... got a little confused or more accurately, had no idea where the street was, so it took a little while to explain where to go. Luckily, I had a sophomore student with me who knew Hechuan even better than I and eventually got us there.
For the first time, I saw this mini-bar in full throttle: ten of us had just entered, and officially every chair was taken. One man was situated in the back belting out a gloriously moving song, and I soon came to realize that he ...
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