tourist

A postcard from the other day, being a tourist around Esbjerg.
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The little I’ve seen from Denmark so far feels (as a friend would say) like a fairytale. Maybe it’s the whole holiday mood, the fact that I am taking a lot of pressure off my shoulders (slowly) and embracing the moment.
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You see, I’m a person that has lived most of her life planning every day, second and even planning for the worst. It’s incredibly hard for me to enjoy something without thinking about the impact/ consequences that could come later. My intention to create zen habits was a consequence of acknowledging that I could not carry on a life in which I was all the time rushing, foreseeing and planning.
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The last few weeks before the holidays were hell in between deadlines, personal projects and emails. At one point, I feel the need to stop and remember why am I doing all the things I’m doing if it’s bringing me more stress than joy?!
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“If it’s not fun, makes no sense at all” was the mantra me and my friend Barbara created a couple of years ago. The whole idea revolved around doing things for the sake of having fun, without expectations. Life has always given me the best when I had no expectations at all.
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So these days, I found tranquillity in drinking tea, reading, spending time away from my phone and keeping a journal for fun.
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I do not want the holidays to end, and go back to the hectic schedule, but for now, I’ll just take the rest of the week and enjoy.
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One day at a time.
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💌Ps: my monthly newsletter comes out next weekend. 

📍Esbjerg, Denmark

19-aug-2019

Published by Wan

Creative Human Being http://wanraitelli.de/hellothere

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