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Why I like being a Recluse

Why I like being a Recluse

Many studies state that human beings need contact with other human beings. We need both the intellectual, social and sexual interactions with other human beings in order to blossom and grow. As a reclusive I can say: I’m only human. Occasionally I do need contact with human beings, as only to proof that I love my reclusive lifestyle. It is also said that people who live as recluses are those who are wounded, emotionally immature or suffer from some kind…

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All you need to know about Travel Burnout?

All you need to know about Travel Burnout?

Some people dream of the life I live. Travel forever and ever, crossing the horizon as my greatest challenge and endless summer. Ehm….lets rewind that…….. Endless summer? At the moment here it is rain season and heavy rains bother my view, my trip and my beach life, falling coconuts everywhere and floods and landslides. Crossing the horizon as my greatest challenge? Gosh, how about dark lonely nights, facing huge spiders all by myself and kill giant roaches? And what about…

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Stay friends with your Ex, yes or no

Stay friends with your Ex, yes or no

In all love matters personal emotions are involved and 2 people. Answering love questions is tricky. Because the way I handle things might differ fromt the way you handle things. Many people advice on YouTube and websites and love matters and break ups are the most googled questions, so I guess we are all a bit puzzled every now and then by the hardship and/or magic of falling in and out of love. Even I sometimes search the internet, just…

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Why LinkedIn does not work for me anymore

Why LinkedIn does not work for me anymore

Some of my followers may have seen me pop up on LinkedIn. I thought it might be useful. I used to love LinkedIn and connecting to people there, expanding my network and matching questions and people together, creating opportunities. So I thought after being away for many years: let’s give it a go. Profile made, and the suggested people started to show, and I realised how limited a platform as LinkedIn actually is. As if I only want to connect…

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My 5 reasons why I like Solo Travel

My 5 reasons why I like Solo Travel

There are many articles on the internet that tell you why it is good to travel solo, like 10 reasons, 16 reasons etc. For me none of those articles make any sense. For instant: it is cheaper? No way, hotel rooms are paid for anyway and usually 2-p. bedrooms, so company can tag along in the same price. transportation costs? It depends, same as with food. If you travel on a motorbike like me, a passenger can join. And if…

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Why I follow the ‘no contact’-rule after breaking up

Why I follow the ‘no contact’-rule after breaking up

Breakups never come easy. Whether you are the dumper or the dumpee, both hurt. And although the no contact rule is there for different reasons, I use it for my own specific reason. What is the ‘No Contact’- Rule? Everywhere you look on the internet you find the ‘no contact’- rule in combination with getting your ex back. People believe that 4-6 weeks (and some say even up to three months) without any contact whatsoever, will definitely get you your…

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When a website fails to succeed

When a website fails to succeed

When I website fails to succeed, and I do not mean a business website, but a personal one, one has to think about the costs involved and the time spent on doing research writing articles and promoting the blog. About 10 years ago it was so easy, just open a blog on any platform and start blogging and there you go: you have an audience, interaction and hits. But since Google is changing the internet more and more to a…

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