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"The inflection point…

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Have you ever read that there are moments in life when something happens and you find your way. Or just moments when you feel that you are doing things in a different way than what you should do, by your way of being, by your philosophy of life, because life eats you ...

... I may not write EVER of my experience for Poznan, and just write this article. I consider myself passionate about travel but on this getaway I have learned a very important lesson They have tried to explain to me before but I had never quite understood. That lesson is that the only end of life is to BE HAPPY, and to be happy you have to start valuing everything that is around. The best trip will always be life itself.


In Poznan I've seen my 3 ghosts, the one from the past, the present and the future.

... I have managed to see how there are people who, based on struggle, manage to find their happiness away from Spain
... I enjoyed two really amazing people, who have shown me that you don't have to wait for life to smile at you, but you have to show life a smile because she will give it back to you.
… they got me intense hugs loaded with energy how they didn't give them to me since April of this year when my grandmother left the keys
... I have rediscovered that The smile I have at home, lost momentarily, comes back if I offer mine.
I bring four friends that I want to be by my side for the rest of my lifeBecause if you are happy, you have to surround yourself with the people you love and who love you.
... and also, that there are lessons that cannot be forgotten. It's very good to have clear goals in life, but that it is almost more important to know how to value them and enjoy them, both personally and professionally, as to achieve them, because if you spend your life looking for goals you end up dying of success ONLY.


In life we ​​look for a multitude of self-impositions to do, absurd and expendable obligations, instead of really enjoying life itself. Traveling, for example, is our passion, but in its right measure. I was not born to travel like others. I was born to be happy traveling, but also to be happy with family, friends and that person who smiles at me every morning.

And what was once leisure, now they have become obligations. Also the new world of bloggers has made being hooked to social networks a need from which I have already escaped. Chavetas.es will not die, It will remain a small and humble travel blog where I will tell when I feel like my adventures, with the only purpose of reading it when he is 70 years old sitting on a sofa with Paula and, who knows, if with a chavetita.

But like this blog, many other more expendable things that we have become mandatory ... lists of eternal banalities that make no sense if you are not happy, when just enjoying a beer with friends, watching a movie with the best company or going to Dancing brings one much more.

But it is never too late, and in this process of transformation that I have suffered in the last two years has come to an end, I think there is only one obligatory thing (and it is very far from money and work) ...

… BE HAPPY AND MAKE HAPPY THOSE WHO SURROUND YOU

!! Thanks Poznan !!

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