Editor’s Letter

EDITOR’S LETTER- AUGUST 2017 ● YOUR GREATEST ASSET IN BALKAN.

EDITOR’S LETTER- AUGUST 2017 ● YOUR GREATEST ASSET IN BALKAN.

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I’ve been driven in a Rolls. I’ve partied at The Ritz. I’ve owned Louboutins and dined at some of the finest restaurants in the world. I’ve rubbed shoulders with the “elite” and most likely done drugs with your kids. There is no need to judge me, just make sure the grass in your own garden is trimmed. I open my Editor’s Letter with a paradox, one where I show that it takes a lot to impress me. Essentially, I have seen and heard it all, about myself and others. 

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EDITOR’S LETTER- JUNE 2017 ● “I DON’T BELIEVE YOU, ADRIANA.”

EDITOR’S LETTER- JUNE 2017 ● “I DON’T BELIEVE YOU, ADRIANA.”

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I was aware that the majority of the bad vices and decisions I’d made in my past were cautiously watching my movements online but to doubt my will power was a hit to my ego no line of cocaine could compete with.
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Editor’s Letter- May 2017 ● “Remember Why You Started”

Editor’s Letter- May 2017 ● “Remember Why You Started”

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I’ve spent three years away from the safety blanket of Sydney, a city I knew like the back of my hand. I’ve spent three years learning first hand that there is no end result, no finish line, there is no top- you must constantly be evolving. And that’s the tricky part, continually shedding layers of yourself for something new and uncertain.

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EDITOR’S LETTER // AM I DONE WITH TRAVEL BLOGGING?

EDITOR’S LETTER // AM I DONE WITH TRAVEL BLOGGING?

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Anywhere else but here.

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EDITOR’S LETTER | I MISS MY OLD LIFE

EDITOR’S LETTER | I MISS MY OLD LIFE

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“I’m so sad today, I miss my old life,” I sent the message.

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EDITOR’S LETTER | January 2017 // Learn To Sparkle Through The Shit

EDITOR’S LETTER | January 2017 // Learn To Sparkle Through The Shit

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It’s a little funny because, everything that I have now or anything on it’s way, I knew would happen the moment I removed myself from the environment that was no longer working for me. The thing is though, London was always my comfort zone and sadly, living in your comfort zone leaves little room for improvement. I met with the organiser for TEDx here in Zagreb last week and he asked, “You’re a queen of change. Do you even fear it anymore?” I said no.

I constantly want to be learning new ways of improving how to live better, healthier and wiser. And most importantly, letting go of what no longer serves me because I most likely longer serve it too.
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