The new, the new, the new

in nature •  2 months ago 

And there it was all of a sudden after weeks of preparation. My grand from Switzerland back to Holland, my home country! Physically not the biggest of moves, but in reality emigrating is always a hassle, even though if you make it super small!


It feels kind of weird to be back here again. I got my old job back so things are familiar, but they are not. I live in the same kind of surroundings as before, but also it is different. The people I see are the same, but different. 5 years of being away does a lot of all of us, even though we still are the same people.



Screenshot_20200106-170837_Photo Editor.jpg


I am a nature person even though I enjoy the perks and options a city has to offer a lot. Views and just staring into what hature has to offer us can literally fill my days without needing anything else. Now I dont know if yall ever have visited Holland before (and yeah I mean anything outside of Amsterdam that is) but nature is kind of a different things than living on the foot of the Alps with a snowy scenery as your background. Don't get me wrong, the forest and meadow lands of the flatland here are super nice, but for some reason a different form of impressive. But what does help is to walk around them and sniff up some fresh air! That always makes the feeling of being home a lot easier.

Being back at the job already was nice, being slapped around with information and more trainings before actually starting my business again soon. Luckily it was only just training, because last week was kind tough with the whole process of moving and life in boxes again, having no idea where everything was. That seems settled a lot more now, and that immediately gives more space in the brain for chillmode. Because that wasn't really the deal the last couple of weeks. I felt rushed in everything I was doing, because that was also actually the case.



Screenshot_20200106-163758_Photo Editor.jpg

I went for a little skiing session in the lovely town of Andermatt in the Swiss Alps, but I was also afraid of getting injured, because that was something that I just couldn't use this month. Which means I went for a half ass session and mostly just chilled in the sun hahaha. You just can't have it all! Living to the max costs risk, and also knowing when to reduce them. That moment was now

So home sweet home it is! Wrapping my head around how all of this works again, and enjoying what is coming next on my path. Keeping all doors open!!

Authors get paid when people like you upvote their post.
If you enjoyed what you read here, create your account today and start earning FREE STEEM!
Sort Order:  
  ·  2 months ago Reveal Comment

Hi @karinxxl!

Your post was upvoted by @steem-ua, new Steem dApp, using UserAuthority for algorithmic post curation!
Your UA account score is currently 4.500 which ranks you at #2155 across all Steem accounts.
Your rank has not changed in the last three days.

In our last Algorithmic Curation Round, consisting of 95 contributions, your post is ranked at #29.

Evaluation of your UA score:
  • Some people are already following you, keep going!
  • The readers like your work!
  • Try to work on user engagement: the more people that interact with you via the comments, the higher your UA score!

Feel free to join our @steem-ua Discord server