Ciao For Now
Hi Trippers was geeeeeeeeeht,
Only 6 more times going to bed before I wake up in Brazil. Being back in Germany since July 2020 my life has taken on a lot of projects to become financially stable. To me it is difficult to really relax in the country of my birth. I can feel this constant pressure to perform and be part of society here.
Most of my friends throughout my life by now all have stable jobs and incomes above 1000 Euro or more. Some bought houses, cars and really became those versions of themselves that I only thought old people are.
I am somehow still holding on to my childhood and I am just not able to step into the working world that also is said to have responsibility for oneself and others. I hope one day I can create enough income with musik, art, rapézito and this travel portal here.
Right now my dad is still supporting me since mid August 2019 with 500 Euro a month that I also use to help my fiancé. The rest of my money I am already earning with my projects. Bitcoin made a huge jump this year and in 2018 I invested 1100,- Euro that brought me a couple hundreds of Euros so far.
But enough about money because like I said in some days from today I will be waking up daily in about 30 degree celcius and very far from this lifestyle here in which I spend 10-12 hours in front of a laptop and working a lot on musik, promotion and video editing.
In Brazil I somehow allow myself to just live into the day. I tryed to create a workflow and schedule sometime last year but could never go above 3 days into the future. Compared to here it is always one month of planing ahead and there is never days I take off. In Brazil sometimes there is nothing written or I don't even use a schedule.
I love exploring the dense vegetation all around in this country and there are truly endless hiking opportunities to the most amazing waterfalls or viewpoints I have seen in life. And all that is done in a really comfortable temperature and without any heavy carry ons.
One of my favourite things to do is going camping in the wild with a tend or just a hammock. Make a fire at night and watch the stars. There really isn't anything more connecting and peaceful than that, that I can call a routine or hobby which I am practicing until today.
Unfortunatly this year I won't go into the rainforest to visit my other family that I was baptised from in 2017. But hopefully next year we will be back at it again.
So there you have it. That is where my path is heading and I don't know how much I will, want and can catch up with all I am doing in Brazil here on the internet. Now you know why and there are many reports, videos and BLOGs now of my time offline.
See you when I see you!
Have a great day and for some months head as well!
This is I, lit, living the live wishing you a nice Trip!
From the heart,