Learning new skills has become a hobby of mine during past few years. The problem is, there are so many of them to choose from that we often struggle and try to become jacks of all trades (but masters of none) and ultimately fail to become proficient. This “rule” applies only in short term – in long term anyone can acquire any skill. At the end, I will also share couple of tips and tricks on how I go about getting skills and how we can kinda shortcut it.
Welcome to 2015! Have a happy year and may you travel much more than ever before! May you see amazing locations, taste awesome food and carry small suitcases. Yes. I’ve talked a bit about packing before, however this time I’m going on an all out war for minimalist packing.
Butter has come a long way since 1980s/90s. Scientists deemed fat the source of all our problems, however medicine is slowly catching up and the real troublemaker has been revealed – sugar. Adding butter to drinks and food has never tasted better and I do it all the time while traveling in order to stay healthy and happy.
It’s been a while. New adventures have been piling up and now it’s time to finish off my Bali adventure. During the UN event that took place, I had a blast, meeting tons of new people, ambassadors and politicians. It always amuses me to see how diplomatic relationships move on from fake and pretend-to-be-friends to real friendships… albeit in rare occasions. I, however, like to cut out the first part and go straight to the fun part.
Have you ever wondered how does it feel to travel to heaven and back? Grab some coffee and let me tell you a story.