Combining a Side Business, Volunteer Work and a Full-time Career?

How to find time to do all the things you are passionate about, the best you can? A question I have been learning the answer to ever since I was 6 years old.

I have always had to keep several balls in the air, and being devoted to more than one project at the same time. The story of my life. But I must elaborate, it is a life that I chose myself. Do you also have a passion for doing different things and do you gain energy from being involved in and/or leading multiple ventures, including a full-time job? If yes, then keep reading:)

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Where to Order How to Thrive Abroad

How-to-Thrive-AbroadOrder How to Thrive Abroad book now, either as a paperback or Kindle version.

All versions’ content is the same, and they are all in English.

Regardless where you live in the world, you can order How to Thrive Abroad from Book DepositoryAmazon USA or Amazon UK.

Moreover, based on the country where you live, there are additional channels from where you can get the book.:)

If you live in Denmark, you can either order the book via Amazon UK, Amazon USA, Book Depository or from SAXO Book portal.

Amazon provides beautiful glossy cover and white paperback pages, while the SAXO version provides a fabulous matte finish cover and crème paper. Both versions look gorgeous, and the content is the same.

Currently, we are working on having the book available in bookstores in Denmark.

If you live in my home country, Bulgaria, you can order the book from Amazon UK, or from Book Depository at the moment. I am working on having the book available in bookstores as soon as possible.

If you live in the US or Canada, you can order the book from Amazon USA.

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How to Thrive Abroad: Available on Amazon and soon in bookstores!

How to Thrive Abroad

Dear friends,

The last two weeks have been some of the most intense days of my life due to the book launch. It’s amazing to witness that “How to Thrive Abroad” is now travelling to so many places around the world! I can still hardly believe it.

I was extremely happy and grateful to see that a lot of people have already got a copy of the book either as paperback or Kindle – you have no idea how much that means to me, thank you a million! The received feedback has been truly fantastic so far.

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High School Graduation and Beyond – Looking Eight Years Back and What I’ve Learned

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Couple of days ago, on 24 May 2017, Bulgaria marked the National Day of Culture and the Creation of the Cyrillic Alphabet, which is probably our most beautiful celebration. For the readers that are not familiar – on this day, as per tradition, all senior students celebrate their graduation from high school. Usually, we have the graduation ceremony right after the final exams, and the prom on the actual graduation day.

That day also marked eight years since I was a senior in high school. Facebook likes to remind me every year, how long ago that was – not that I need any reminder, that day and the summer after would remain something I would never forget. However, I did what I haven’t done in years – I looked through the digital albums (my actual paperback album is at my childhood room at home in Burgas) of our graduation ceremony and beautiful prom. It felt like stepping out of my world and looking at these moments of my life from another person’s perspective. I see confident young people, who cannot wait to go “out there” and make a difference. That inspired me to share my thoughts with the new graduates, and pass a simple lesson.

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A Personal Letter To My Favourite Childhood Author Marcel Marlier

Jean-Lou et Sophie Everyone of us has beloved childhood authors. These are the inspirational people, whose stories have influenced us, and passed a lesson. One of mine is the late Belgian children´s books writer and illustrator Marcel Marlier. I was only four years old when I had his wonderful books, and I was completely captivated by his illustrations. Now, twenty years and countless read books later, they are still the most beautiful drawings I have ever seen.

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