Finding the right balance

It’s been a while since I posted something here. Work along with personal matters got the best of me and I slacked behind on videos, photos and writing. Finding the right balance is tough, but I’m back with more creative ideas than ever!

The best part about travelling

What's your best part about travelling? Is it the destination? Sure is. The new cultures you get to experience? Absolutely! Hell yeah! Is it the adventure, or the arriving at your destination part? Could be both. Or is the company that makes a journey worth it?

My plans collapsed. Now what?

I had this great idea for a short film I wanted to shoot during our last strip to New York. But in the world of hobbyist filmmakers, many things can go wrong. Is pushing through the right thing to do, or should I embrace the change in course and invest my time elsewhere? 

Why we all need a long break

No, I don’t mean a 4-day long weekend. I’m talking about a more than a month long break between jobs. I recently half-heartedly took one of those myself. What I discovered is that taking a long break from time to time can be rejuvenating. Not just for you, but for everyone surrounding your life. Allow me to explain…

How I managed to embrace life's changes

Change is an inevitable part of our lives. One day or another, we all go through changes that require us to change our daily routines and step into a new mindset. To progress, we need to treat those changes as new beginnings and grasp the opportunities that come along. This is the story behind my latest short-film titled “New Beginnings”, also sharing some behind the scenes content.

Our 2018 travel in review

Our 2018 New Year's resolutions was to travel as much as possible and broaden our horizons. I'm excited that we managed to achieve our goal even if it meant that we practically spend our weekends in busy airports. The most important thing, however, is that we created memories for life. Here's a recap of our 2018 travel adventures. 

Friends are life

Friends are for life. As the years go by, they never change, and they never should. Their job is to remind you that once, even for a brief couple of years, you used to be reckless, not worrying about life. No matter what happens, they’ll be there for you, for the good and the bad.