Statek Salajna 🌲 a magical spot in Western Bohemia. ✨
Je tolik míst, které stojí za vidění...my tenhle týden zavítali do Chebska na @statek_salajna 🌲 kouzelné místo, kde se vám zastaví čas (hlavně na peci). ✨
Poslední dobou takhle utíkám třeba místo oběda z práce, bavím se tím, jak kolegové nechápou, že jdu dobrovolně do toho holomrazu a já zase nechápu je, že jsou celé dny raději zaději zalezlí a nic nedělají. Přitom je to úplně super, utéct do přírody od vánočního stresu a užít si tu chvilku klidu a pohody, protože přesně o tom by ty svátky měly být. 🎄❤️ #instabezci#adventnibehani#runczech
Recently I started to use my lunch break at work for a different purpose. My colleagues cant get why I leave the warm office to spend time in this cold weather. And I dont understand how they can be so lazy and comfortable. But it so great to run into the nature away from the Christmas rush and enjoy the peace and silence, because thats what the holidays should be about. 🏃♀️👌 #runhappy#runnerscommunity#runtoinspire
Over the past few years, I spent quite some time traveling solo - around 8 months in total. It all started in 2016 with my trip to NZ & Australia. It made me feel all kinds of ways if excited but most importantly it made me feel SOMETHING so i got totally hooked. My last day in Auckland, I had a full blown panic attack from having to go back home to my boring ass life, the university and the environment i hated.
And I had a reason, when i got back home, i couldnt stand it. All i could think about was when could i travel again. I did a random solo trip to Budapest and started planning my next summer right after. I spent the summer of 2017 traveling Asia, having the time of my life, and i was off to Portugal for 3 months after that.
I think that landing in Faro 🇵🇹 was the peak on the imaginary graph of my solo travel addiction and from there it only went downhill. I was over it. What i used to love about travel now exhausted me. And the people I met weren't good substitutes for my real friends at home. For the first time ever, i started to crave home.
So why i dont travel solo anymore? I grew out of it. My priorities have changed and im learning to like my daily life even if its not always a crazy adventure. In such a short time, ive seen and experienced what some people don't in a lifetime and it helped me to get to know myself, to realize my priorities and to evolve into the person I am today. And ironically, that person just happens to prefer not to travel on her own ✌️