Coaching for world travelers.

  • Learning

    Dare To Be Different

    She will not understand me being different, and I do not care any more. I know it is confusing for her to see me and not understand, what is it about me that makes her unsettled. I am not a billionaire, yet I feel like I am. I do not complain about my pains, yet I have stories to share. I do not speak her language, yet I understand what she is saying. I do not attend church, yet I am spiritual. I am fortunate, yet I am not afraid to claim for more. I am part of them, yet I do not meet their expectations. I am successful, yet…

  • Well-being

    Well-being In Transition

    During the transition time, what are you focused on? I am talking about physical transition, moving, changing the place of living, traveling to a different location, or even to a different culture. As much as it is exciting it can be so stressful too. What are you thinking at this time? Is your head buzzing with the thoughts about deadlines, packing, boxing, suitcases, projects, meals, work? Sure, it is. You have lots of things to take care of. And this is just right and how it should be for people like you. Such an exciting time! Life is never dull for those who move, changing the location; for world travelers.…

  • Garage Sale

    Move On With The Garage Sale

    I love moving. I do love moving on. I love the energy of moving: clearing the stuckness, letting it go and opening to the possibilities of newness. A friend of mine called me today telling that the idea of a garage sale sounds daunting and intimidating to her. She is moving, and she needs to get rid of the stuff she has collected for years. Everybody knows how it feels and what it means: work, more work, and even more work. Shuffling and reshuffling the old stuff, discovering the old memories; reliving the joys and sorrows; rekindling the sentiments; messing up with the emotional attachments to souvenirs. While it is…

  • Moving

    Move: OMG or WOW!

    I received a Marco Polo video today from my girlfriend with the “great news” as she stated. “We have to move” she announced with a sad expression on her face. And immediately after that, she noticed: “It is not something, that we cannot deal with.” Sure, we can deal with anything in our lives. The question is how much agony and frustration or peace, composure, and ease we put into the process. Move can turn into a drama, but it can be an exciting time also. So, what would we prefer to choose: drama or excitement? Any change is scary. We are afraid of unknown and we start to create that…

  • Well-being

    Love Yourself To Love Your Child

    The beginning of the school year is just in a few weeks and I get stressed already. The heavy feeling of overwhelm started to deter my attention from enjoying the warmth of the summer days and coolness of the evenings; the cheerful chirping of the growing wild turkeys roaming through our yard and freshness of the memories of the recent visit to the ocean shores. Why don’t I just stay calm and content and trust that everything is fine and life is just moving on. Oh, no, this would be not my way. I must be pro-active; I must have registration packet filled in and be the first on that…

  • Traveling

    Being a Foreigner is a Privilege

    Being a foreigner is a privilege. Why would this thought even come to my mind? Why would this be even significant? How do I benefit from thinking like this? I think everybody who has an opportunity to travel abroad for work, for pleasure, for exploration might consider this: being a foreigner is a privilege. When I talk about the privilege I do not mean entitled, I mean privilege as responsibility, and being humble. First: coming to a new country we automatically become foreigners. Whether we like it or not. We show this by a different set of habits, traditions, perceptions, that we look at the world around us. This can…

  • Well-being

    How does it make you feel?

    I had a coaching session today with a lady from England. We talked about just general stuff and she constantly would ask me “How do you want to feel?” or “How does this make you feel?” I am still learning to think by this “feeling” category. I have learnt to do, act, set goals, meet deadlines, achieve. I did not learn to think about how I feel. I found, that nothing that I achieve, makes me feel good, or it makes me feel good for a little bit and then I have more dead lines to meet and goals to accomplish, which are often not about me feeling good. It…

  • Coaching

    Free Quest Flier

    Now, when I’ve received my Law of Attraction life coach certification, I’ve been thinking: How do I really want to call myself? I know I want to work with world travelers, globe trotters, expatriates – people who move around the globe for work, exploration or other life circumstances. I decided to Google the word “traveler” to look for synonyms and definitions. I am amazed with the abundance of words that describe the act of moving from place to place. Wanderer, voyager, itinerant, caravan, backpacker, pilgrim, bird of passage – whatever word I choose to call myself as a coach – it is going to be about freedom, journey, and discovery.…