In 2017 I’ve been able to grow and continue exploring some of the area in France and abroad. Even though some things started to change, we continued widening our horizons. These are our travel adventures: year 2017 in review.
This is not a blog post about my travels, nor my passions. This is a note of me starting to change my daily monotony. Use it too! When change is needed, act on it.
I hope 2018 finds you well! I have a present for you! My first children’s book “My winter holidays” is now online. Let me know what you think!
At the beginning of December I have decided to become a freelance illustrator. I became very pumped about the idea, so I came out with a project for myself. Discover more about my approach and my projects!
These couple of months were quite hectic for my partner and I, so I wasn’t able to write anything for you. But I returned to wish you happy holidays. That being said, I am planing to be back in business starting 2018.
Recently I shared with you my project of illustrations featuring our travel destinations and you loved it. Today we continue this Travel Art Project with exploration series.
A full time job has its advantages and disadvantages when it comes to traveling. Today I’ll be pointing out the limitations and give you tips on how to get the most of your trips while managing the limited holidays available. Here’s how to afford traveling with full time job!
Without a proper introduction, I drop only this: Welcome to my travel art project! I kept it a surprise for quite a long time, as I guess I wasn’t sure people would like to read about my art stuff. But that changed, and I’m very thankful it did! Today I can finally introduce you to my travel art project I started in the beginning of the year.
For the last four years since I moved to France I have been able to develop my artistic side and pursue this dream of mine to be recognized as a painter or artist. I am super excited to announce my participation in my first permanent painting exhibition in Paris area.
I have arrived on the tarmac. Aircrafts and people everywhere. The sun is up on the sky, heating even more the atmosphere. This is THE EVENT of the year for Aviation Industry. Monday to Friday all industry’s actors are meeting here to discover and to be discovered by their peers. During weekend, all Aviation Geeks are invited, as the air show continues for general public.
Living in Europe my entire life, made me who I am. And being the person I am today wouldn’t have been possible without the diversity Europe is offering. For the past 5 years I’ve been living in France, the country I’ve been dreaming of ever since I was little. Today’s post is something unusual, but I really want to express my gratitude for being able to be who I am. Here’s my love letter for Europe.
If you’re already following me on Instagram, you may already know that I don’t make New Year’s Resolutions. For me this is only a list of unicorns that will never transform into reality. My 2017 resolutions were called projects, with certain implementation or accompanied by some sort of plan, hence called New Year’s Projects.
My number one difficulty when started my comic book project was not the story line, the style for the characters, not even clothing or environment. It was drawing my characters in different positions. So I needed to research methods to improve figure drawings, that now I share with you.
When we say Mallorca, we automatically think of sand, water, beaches and cocktails. But what about changing for a sport getaway on this Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea? We headed there for the best rock climbing in Mallorca.
It’s been a while now I haven’t talked about my expat life. A subject I’ve wanted to cover for a longtime is apartment rental for France. As I’ve been in this situation when I moved to France, I decided it is time to regroup all my useful links and advice in a post on how to find a flat in France.
Today’s topic is again a personal one, since I want to approach this subject of how people should be themselves. Discover why we should embrace weirdness and how to stay creative.
After almost 3 years of working in a startup, I felt I was in a burnout phase. There are times when it’s not easy. There are several lessons learned in a startup, but not all of them paint the perfect world of a startup. Discover now what working in a startup means.
It’s been a looongtime since I have thought about sharing my art on my travel blog. Last year I’ve participated in my first painting exhibition in Paris Area, and that kept me going. Made me want to learn more and create more. Today I decided this post will FINALLY be about my plastic art hobby and I will share with you three lessons that made me a better artist.
For the past several months, since I’ve released Travels of Plushy in order to share my travels with my family and friends, I struggled to understand all the work I need to put into my blog. Because writing blog posts is not only about narrating something and hit Publish. So naturally, today I will tell you about my blog changes that will take effect starting on Monday.
This post is not about my travels. It’s about the career of a traveler with a job. An engineer working in a startup in Paris, doing big data applied to Aviation.