Do you believe that it makes a difference whether you were born and grew up in a village or in the city?
Growing up in a village with just around 450 people living there taught me that it does make a huge difference. Up until I was 18 I lived in this little village, where there is a lot of nature, hiking paths and places to relax, but little infrastructure, only one bus per day and not even a grocery shop. Even though I enjoyed living there, I wanted to get to know the feeling of living in a bigger city. That’s why I decided to go to Graz when I graduated from high school.
It turned out to be the best decision I had made up to that point in my life. You would think that being 18, starting university and having just moved from a village with about 500 people living there into a city with a population of around 286k is exciting enough. And it was, but there was one thing that made it even better.
I got to know Philip, whom I refer to as “my lion”. Ever since I met him, I wanted to spend incredibly much time with him, as time always seemed to fly when I was with him. Trying to be with him so often, keeping up the relationships I have with people that are very important to me, succeeding at university and still having time for my passions seemed incredibly challenging and overwhelming. However, I found a way to do all of them, and that’s why I decided to write it down in this blog.
So, on “lion`s cat” you are going to find all about my passions which are travel, fitness and beauty and how I can manage to fit them into my tight schedule, between university, family and relationship.
I hope you will join Philip and me on our journey!