Turning 19 years old

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Happy birthday to myself! Hahaha, I’m officially 19 years old. Last 1 in the front, I’m getting old :(

In this post, I want to share with you a little about my secrets, weaknesses, dreams, and things that you might not know about me.

I’ve never heard about bigger newborn than me. Congrats to my mom who gave a birth to a 4,350 kg baby (9.590 lb)… well I was a big baby.

 

 

As a 1st grader, I used to sell sandwiches that my mom made for me to my friends just to make money hahaha :) I don’t remember it, but one of my best friend’s mom told my mom… and she found out.

I was 3 years old when for the first time I visited a foreign country. It was Austria, which is one of my fav places in the world! Since that, I’ve been there 11 times mainly because it’s 5 hours away from where I live.

When I was 10 and 11 years old I was on the swimming team, which was a great experience and gave an opportunity to feel like a fish haha :) But I still don’t like to swim.

This one is quite personal. I used to not feel confident when I was younger. I was following on Instagram, Tumbler, YouTube so many “perfect” bloggers/vloggers and I had a lot of complexes. I thought “I’m too fat”, “My teeth aren’t white enough”, “I’m not tall as a I want to be” and many others. Now I regret those words cause nobody is “perfect”. I did more damage to myself that it was worth it. What had the biggest impact in changing my point of view was seeing sick and disable people and noticing their happy faces full of joy, not worrying about this nonsense. And yes on the picture below I thought I was too fat… right now I think how stupid I was.

 

 

I’m freaking scared of snakes.

I speak in Polish and English, but I dream only in Polish no matter if I’m in the USA, Poland, England or any other place.

 

 

I have 2 families. My biological family is Polish and includes my mummy Monika and my older brother Bartek. My second family is American and inclouds my mom Misti, dad Jason, two younger sisters Aubrey and Carley and younger brother Logan. I love to death both of them, and they’ll always be in my heart no matter where I’m and how old I’m. Family stays together and forever.

Living in the 22nd century

Dubai

When I think about my life I always ask myself „what’s next?”. I dream about traveling the world, meeting inspiring people, seeing new cultures, trying new food, learning what’s matter and I realize that’s my life. It’s not a dream, it’s my reality. It sounds insane, and probably it’s hard to believe but when I ask myself „what happened with my life?” and I hear the answer in my head, I can’t even think what’s gonna happen next because present and what I have now is amazing. I don’t take it for granted but I’m grateful for who I am and what I have.

This post is quite personal. I was gone for a long time and I had a lot of time to ask myself so many questions. The main one was „what I’m doing with life?”. I opened folders with pictures on my computer and I saw how many wonderful people I’ve met, how many beautiful countries I’ve visited, lot’s good things happened and I wouldn’t change anything.

Dubai

The United Arabic Emirates was on my bucket list for a long time and this year I went there with my mom to spend a relaxing time and charge battery for fall. It was a spontaneous decision, on Tuesday we bought the trip and on Sunday we were already there. If somebody would ask me how can I describe the UAE my answer would be very simple „a country from the 22nd century”.