• Motivation,  Social distance

    Allow yourself to feel down

    Wondering how your future will turn out? Everyone is moving forward in their life but you are still at the same place? You don’t even know if you are good at anything? That’s how I have felt during this week. I suddenly lost direction. Worse, I didn’t even know if I was good at anything. 5 languages, about to get a master’s degree, have been teaching for 6 years, worked abroad, traveling alone… do they even mean anything? In my last post I wrote about tracking the daily routine and form a habit that helps you to come out of quarantine with accomplishments. I also tracked mine and shared the…

  • Motivation,  Social distance

    How I rearranged my daily routine

    I finally finished my thesis and submitted it on 22nd of April and I realized my real quarantine only starts now. For two days it was pretty strange for me since I wasn’t sure what to do with myself and how to spend my days. Luckily inside I always felt I wanted to do something useful. Thanks to that my blog finally have a logo. I realized I need to have a plan so I don’t waste time. A proper plan what I want to accomplish by the time this whole period ends. So I made a list of the result I want to get. In order to accomplish this…

  • Education,  Social distance

    Overcome the obstacles while learning language

    Learning language is one of the most useful thing to do due to the globalisation and people with many language knowledge is always needed. On a personal side you can learn not only a new language but also a new culture. However it doesn’t always go as easy as you might imagine. I’m also someone who speak 5 languages and you might think I’m a genius but in reality it wasn’t easy. I grew up with Vietnamese and Hungarian. I got to learn English since I was 10 and for some reason it was extremely easy for me to learn it. I understood the grammar right away and remembering words…

  • Social distance

    How your crush can be your inspiration

    In a time like now when social distancing is a way to save the world, you can’t meet people, therefore you can’t see your crush in person either. (Your crush is someone who you like but the other person doesn’t know about it.) You can scroll on his/her social media but the sorrow will go deeper as the chance of meeting him/her is next to zero. But there is way to make that feeling of missing useful by turning him/her into your inspiration to get things done. This post is NOT about relationship like how to make your crush fall in love with you! It’s more about how to take…

  • Social distance

    Finish your undone project

    As the situation of pandemic is getting more and more serious, we all should contribute by staying at home. Many companies already sent their employees to work from home, schools are closed down and teachers are preparing to teach the students online. Working and studying take up at least 6 hours, sleeping 8 hours. 10 hours left. We wonder how to spend those time.   My HAVE TO activites Writing thesis Practice languages As this is my last semester at university, I have to write thesis. When I have at least 3 hours free continuously, I write the thesis. If I only have less than 3 hours time (due to…

  • Social distance

    What do you do with 150 USD a month?

    This post supposed to relate to my 2-month trip in Vietnam but I think the topic is much more actual now. The world is overwhelmed by the pandemic and many people are in fear so they buy everything and stay at home. The pandemic has been causing not only fear but it has a negative affect on economy as well. In this post I aim to emphasize on the importance of saving. Before I write about the savings I will show you how significant even a small amount is by showing you how people survive with 150 USD a month. Families live on 150 USD a month When I was…

  • Asia,  Cultural differences

    What sort of questions will you get in Asia?

    When it comes to Asia, there are many customs, habits that are different from the West. Even I found many things absurd since I was born in Europe and grew up here. Out of many differences the most recognizable one was the way they communicate. In this post I’m going to tell you how a conversation with an Asian goes like and what are their most common questions. First shock I would like to also emphasize that this is more likely the way the elders talk. When I was in Busan, Korea, I left early to visit Beomeosa temple. On the way I bought a rice bun from an auntie…

  • Asia,  Budget

    How much did the 2-month trip cost?

    Money is crucial when it comes to traveling. Here I’m going to write down in details how much I spent on things during my Asia trip in Korea and Vietnam from 3rd of July to 3rd of September 2019. Flight tickets between countries My itinerary was flying from Budapest to Hanoi. This one was the most expensive one. Then from Hanoi I flew to Busan (south part of South Korea). I travelled in Korea where my last stop was Seoul, so I flew back to Hanoi from Seoul. You might wonder why I had to go to Vietnam first. Firstly, I had a lot of stuff from Hungary so I…

  • Environment,  Motivation

    Protect the environment while you enjoy your traveling

    Bamboos live long and stay strong. But if we ignore and don’t take care of it, it will die. So the environment. At some point in my life environment suddenly became an important issue that I felt I needed to do something for it. It wasn’t that long time ago since the realization hit my mind. It was during my private Korean lesson the teacher let me choose a topic and out of many I chose environment. During our course I got an idea what to do to help our Earth. Few weeks later a Korean speech contest was announced with the same topic. I applied as I had the…

  • Solo travelling

    29th of August – Phanxipang and the end of my trip

    Today is my last day in Sapa. I bought the bus ticket at 1pm so I still had the morning to do things. I was thinking a lot about going somewhere but since yesterday I was exhausted by scrolling around the mud, I wanted to sleep as long as possible. Of course things weren’t that easy. They said once you are in Sapa you should go up to the highest mountain of Indochina, especially since the cable car is already built. To be honest I hesitated a lot about it. After all the price was 700.000VND. The station was near my place and from there I had to take the…