You have to loose yourself, to find yourself
Consider travelling to be a very impactful part on ones life. Seeing and experiencing different cultures gives you a wider understanding of the world and can make you appreciate where you’re from in a different way.
Trying to travel atleast 3 countries a year so far I’ve been to;. Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, United States
Skated 1000km across Germany & Netherlands. It was a adventure I did with some charities that helped me out. Can see the adventure here.
Shortly after travelled to South Africa where got stuck since March 2020 due to Covid. However it hasn’t been to terrible I started a small business called Fcorona for fun with a friend I met.
Whilst in South Africa managed to develop the Hammbag even further and skated from Gqeberha to Mossel Bay getting Hammbags into shops along the Garden Route.
2007 – 2012 I did Surflife saving, For the later 2 years was a patrol captain and completed of 130 hours a season. Also attained awards such as Patrol Person of The Year and nominated at branch for Lifesaver of the year.
Since then I’ve volunteered in soup kitchens and helped in other low income food help organisations.
Here are some books I’ve read. After you finish your academic years a lot of people make the mistake of stop learning. However I believe that those years just taught you how to learn. The real learning comes after. So here are some books I’ve read (or listened to) and who I’d recommend them for.
An absolute amazing book about our history. Literally beginning from the big bang all the way to capitalism. The reason why it’s so powerful isn’t because it tells you what happens but it tells you why things happened the way they did. A must read, If I could install 3 books into everyone’s head this would be one of them!