And That's Who I am pt. 4

Hi babes,

And happy Sunday to you all! ♥

Today I'm trying to refocus on school stuff after a weekend of resting (and cleaning the place with mom). But, to take a break from the writing, I thought I'd come here and share a new post with you. And, as for the three weekends before this one, you'll be getting some new random facts about me. (If you're curious, the previous ones can be found here, here and here!)

But, onto the chapter four:

Even though it's hard some days, I try to always remember how blessed I am in this life. I have a loving man by my side, tons of amazing friends, nice school, great job, a place to call home, and all sorts of possibilities. I really shouldn't complain about a thing. I'm grateful for everything and everyone in my life, because I believe they all lead me to the way I'm supposed to go in life. 

New perspective is where the most of your learning happens, that's why seeing anything from a different view is good for you. I absolutely love learning new stuff, a human being never truly reaches a full capacity of their brain, but what's the harm trying to get as close to that as possible? So, stand away from your computer and go learn stuff! Ask a random person how they see things - any things - and be amazed of what you can hear and learn.

I sometimes lack focus, which causes me to get frustrated with stuff. But also, I am easily frustrated when people get too complicated and create drama about everything possible. Not my finest quality, but I'm working on getting past it.

I don't know if any of you believe in soulmates, but I certainly do. I'm lucky enough to have found mine very young, and I can only be ever so grateful if I get to spend the rest of my life with him. He's the only one I've ever gotten serious with, and he's the only one I've truly loved like this. For me, it's very soothing to have that one person who really wants to share his hopes, dreams, home and life with me - and who actually openly speaks about the possibility of marriage and children with me. 

I've gotten used to them as a child, and I guess they remind me of my happy childhood days or something. I've always loved traveling, even though the rides might be a bit consuming sometimes. I think long car rides are simply made for fantastic conversations - and you get to see the route well, as well as to make as many stops as you wish.

Like many of us, I want to get anywhere and everywhere. I've only had few trips abroad, and I would definitely want to see the world more before starting a family. I would want to see Great Britain, US, Canada, Germany (again), Italy, Japan, Malta (again), Australia, New Zealand - just to name few. I'm not expecting to see everything before having kids, but I'm determined to see some. ;)

I think I give away different vibes than I should, and many times people think I'm totally different than I truly am. Here in my blog I try to be as much the person I really am, as my shyness doesn't get the best of me. And, even though I like to do my nails and my hair, go shopping and read fashion magazines, I'm still interested about the economy, human rights, sports - almost even politics. I just rather don't share my inner thoughts, which are quite different from my superficial ones, if you've only just met me. (Though, I'm making a huge exception here, haha.)

And not just one, but all of them. I kinda hate ranking my friends, it's not like one means more to me than the other, but of course I have my special bunch. ;) I would love to see them all more often, but I couldn't not chase my dreams just to be close to them geographically. So, you know, life's about choices. But, thank God there are cell phones, Facebook, Skype and such, so I can keep in touch despite the distance.

Do I even have to explain this one? I don't think so! ;)

If I get to choose, our future home would have a big walk-in closet (most of you know that already, lol). As a lover of fashion and clothes, a good place to store my precious items would be a must. But, we'll see if this will happen in the future. ;)

So, these are the facts about me this time. I hope you've somewhat enjoyed reading this post - and hopefully you'll like to read the next ones as well. 

But, do you agree with any of the points above? Share your thoughts about the things mentioned in this post! ♥

Now this blogger is off to read a document for the morning and to spend some time with her man - but I'll be back soon!

Blog ya later, 




  1. Beautiful post, I always try to looks at things from other perspectives, even though it can be difficult sometimes! Also a fan of long car rides :)

    1. Thanks babe, I think it's great you try to see other perspectives, it's pretty healthy! ♥

  2. I am so happy that you found the person who you want to spend the rest of your life with. Hopefully that'll be me one day.
    And I love long car journeys, especially ones that involve a lot of food and good music.

    1. Aww, thanks hun, I'm sure you'll find someone amazing as well - you're such a fantastic girl :) ♥

  3. Great post, I wish you all the joy & happiness!

  4. I love these posts you are posting.
    I love road trips and miss a whole bunch of my friends and I am also eternally grateful for technology.

    1. Thank you, I'm glad to hear you like them :) ♥

  5. Wow I absolutely enjoyed sitting back and reading your story today so thanks for sharing this !!

    Gosh I totally lost your blog because I can't see my reading list anymore :S But I finally got you on my radar again so I will follow you through Bloglovin ;)

    Kisses !

    1. Haha, I'm glad you've found your way back - the reading list on Blogger can be such a pain sometimes, I get it! :D Thank you for following on Bloglovin, that's amazing! ♥


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