We leave Black Friday behind and with it, pure consumerism. They create necessities and we believe them. And what’s worse, they are necessities that don’t fulfill our souls. They are just random objects that end up being thrown away or replaced by the new model. Now they are telling us to accumulate experiences, not things, because it will make us happier, but we have to be careful because accumulating experiences also has its consumerist and negative side, especially when we talk about traveling. [Read more…] about What stories do the magnets in your refrigerator tell?
As you may know, there are plenty of volunteering programs arranged by the European Union all around the continent. I recently had the opportunity to participate in one and I have to say; it’s totally worth it. [Read more…] about Volunteering as a different way of tourism