Dream adventure 4: Going back to my childhood dream (October 2019)

Back to childhood


It sounds cliché, but in my case, it seems to be true. If you feel lost and cannot figure out what you want to do with your life, get back to your childhood dream. As a child, you often know way better what you love than when you are an adult. The tricky thing is to find the right approach to your childhood dream after so many years.

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Dream adventure 2: Sharing dreams with strangers pays off (August 2019)

Would you like to do what you love, but you have not a lot of money or time?

You do not have any side hustle which would produce income?

You do not have a job which fulfills you?

Well, me neither.

My name is Jirka and welcome to follow my dream adventure, which I embarked on in July 2019. Whether you are my friend, a stranger or someone from my family, I decided to share my newest adventure and path towards my dreams. If you have not read about my first month, I would highly encourage you to look at it first, so you know what I write about:) Read about July here.

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12 – Financial Independence

The air was still fresh, but you could already feel the first sun beams, as the sun was rising. The nature was slowly waking up to a new day and a young man just started his hike in the national park of Bieszczady in the southern part of Poland. He was walking on an empty road, not daring to enter the forest. He was scared of bears. Therefore, he hoped to meet some other people.

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11 – Getting to know my own country

A group of young people was crossing a busy street close to a university. The boy heard that they speak his mother tongue – Slovak. He was wondering, what are so many Slovak people doing in Dresden, a beautiful city in Eastern Germany. It was his first week at the new university and he often felt a bit lonely. Therefore, he was quite excited, when he heard people from his country.

The next day, he saw the same group at the same crossing. This time he went up to the group and asked a blond girl directly in Slovak: “Hi, what are you doing here?”

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10 – Unique days

Wake up, eat breakfast, brush your teeth, pack your stuff, get on the bus, spend several hours at school, go back home, change cloths, catch the bus, train for an hour, come back tired, sit in front of the TV for few hours to relax and then finally go back to sleep. The young boy had this regular schedule for years. Every day was almost the same and the only thing which was changing was probably the weather. When holidays finally arrived, the boy started to live and enjoy every second. Unfortunately, holidays never last too long and every single time he had to get back to his normal stereotypical life.

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