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April 2020

How international travel improves your mental health


A major study in Australia indicates that at least 30% of Australians suffer from mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. Further examination shows that the modern lifestyle in western countries is not really supporting mental health these days (think social media and smartphones). Therefore, a large number of psychologists are recommending various ways to reduce stress, and one of these effective methods is international travel. Travel can cure anxiety disorder, including hypervigilance. According to Professor Kevin Gournay (author of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Recovery after accident and disaster), physical exercise may cure hypervigilance because exercise burns off arousal. Clearly, international [...]

How international travel improves your mental health2020-04-04T13:55:35+00:00

March 2020

How a trip to Eastern Europe improved my wellbeing (and you can do it too)


I went to Eastern Europe again because the first trip was so good and I wanted to do it again! This time I went there for a retreat – a program which taught me how to look after my health and wellbeing. I’ve decided to share some notes with you now. How to reverse the damage caused by the standard western diet: It is said that chronic inflammation is a major cause of most physical conditions these days, so the focus of this retreat is about how to cool inflammation and improve overall health & wellbeing. Truthfully, chronic inflammation is not [...]

How a trip to Eastern Europe improved my wellbeing (and you can do it too)2020-03-23T15:47:58+00:00

Why Traveling the World Saves Money?


If you live in a western country, you may be surprised when you hear I say that traveling the world actually saves money. I got this conclusion after learning from my friends who have travelled the world, and more importantly, according to my own experience, I know it’s true. When you go to another country, live like a local resident rather than a tourist. In their book Quit Like a Millionaire: No Gimmicks, Luck, Or Trust Fund Required, Bryce Leung and Kristy Shen point out that they literally save money by traveling the world. Here is why: When they go to [...]

Why Traveling the World Saves Money?2020-03-17T15:01:02+00:00

How to benefit from the lifestyle in Eastern Europe


Eastern Europe is best characterized a very healthy lifestyle – most people are slim, healthy and fit. Further examination reveals that most people in Eastern Europe don’t eat junk food and maintain a positive way of life. The healthy lifestyle in Eastern Europe: Eastern European diet I went to a dinner party in Ukraine last month and I was impressed by how healthy the food was: no sugar, no soy, no grains, no diary and no sweeteners of any kind. The dinner table was full of fish, meat, vegetables, seeds, nuts and fruit as well as some very healthy oils and [...]

How to benefit from the lifestyle in Eastern Europe2020-03-11T16:04:06+00:00

Living in Ukraine While Making First-World Money: How to Make it Happen


Since many of my friends have moved to Eastern Europe and run internet businesses, I’ve learned a thing or two from these successful individuals who know how to leverage the low cost of living in Eastern Europe (Ukraine) while making first-world money. Today you are in for a treat 😉 You are welcome. And congratulations! Ukraine is the perfect place for online entrepreneurship. In this day and age, the best place to explore entrepreneurship is online. Indeed, the most successful businesses are internet businesses these days, so if you are keen to join the new rich, you shouldn’t miss out on [...]

Living in Ukraine While Making First-World Money: How to Make it Happen2020-03-05T14:04:51+00:00

February 2020

Travel in Eastern Europe: A Productive Hobby


When it comes to people being productive with their spare time, I see two main issues today: 1) Many people don’t know how to spend their spare time effectively; 2) the amount of spare time is becoming less and less. In order to fix that, I’d like to share my thoughts with you today in this blog post which was written when I was traveling in Eastern Europe. Our spare time is extremely important, so we should protect our spare time carefully. We already have enough noise in our daily life, so why would we fill our lives with letting in [...]

Travel in Eastern Europe: A Productive Hobby2020-02-28T10:09:29+00:00

Travel in Europe: Finding My Lifestyle Balance


In most modern western countries, growth and productivity are the ultimate achievements. In other words, these cultures want to make money and then spend money to stimulate further growth and create more wealth. But where is the lifestyle balance when so many people suffer from burnout? Well, research shows that travel is the best way to relax your body and ease your mind, and I’d like to talk about what I’ve learned when I was traveling in Europe. Lifestyle balance equals wellbeing. In our daily life, we always spend too much time doing things because the need to be seen to [...]

Travel in Europe: Finding My Lifestyle Balance2020-02-26T03:23:22+00:00

Go to Europe to experience the European elegance


Elegance in Europe is unique. It’s sophisticated, modern and chic. Anna Bey, an elegant woman from Europe, founded the School of Affluence in which she teaches people how to become elegant and level up. Some of her ideas are great, and if you go to Europe, you will witness the following facts as well. On important occasions, there are certain foods that Europeans don’t eat. Let’s say there is an important business meeting and you don’t want to ruin it. Anna Bey suggests that you should never eat the following foods on an important occasion like this. Firstly, you should not [...]

Go to Europe to experience the European elegance2020-02-26T03:25:56+00:00

Living in Eastern Europe…A Letter to Myself


It is reported that writing is a therapeutic activity. For example, Kate Northrup once said, “Writing is such a joyful activity. I’m glad that I can get paid by writing a journal.” Scott Galloway famously said, “I discovered writing recently. I hope I have discovered this therapeutic activity 30 years ago!” Roosh V also said, “For me, writing is a type of meditation.” Clearly, writing is so beneficial; therefore, today I’m going to write a letter to myself. Although its format doesn’t look like a letter, the content in this article is absolutely a letter to myself & hopefully you will [...]

Living in Eastern Europe…A Letter to Myself2020-02-26T03:27:07+00:00

January 2020

A Message from Eastern Europe: Wisdom in Ukrainian Tourism


A Message from Eastern Europe: Wisdom in Ukrainian Tourism Because I don’t speak Russian / Ukrainian perfectly, I sometimes get confused – people in Ukraine misunderstand me at times as I’m living in Ukraine right now. But I’ve learned a lot from being misunderstood. Please let me explain. Never complain, never explain. Sometimes explaining takes far more effort than it’s worth. When I am misunderstood by someone, I don’t explain further unless it’s absolutely necessary. This is a very important learning while living in Ukraine without speaking Ukrainian or Russian very well. Before moving to Ukraine, I also ended relationships and [...]

A Message from Eastern Europe: Wisdom in Ukrainian Tourism2020-02-26T03:27:31+00:00