Day 2 in Timisoara

By |2018-05-10T23:38:02+00:00May 10, 2018|Journal, Travel|0 Comments

On the second day in Timisoara.

I am still busy setting up this blog. I am trying to organise this thing. What to write about and what specifically to write.

Right now, I can say I like travelling, I like venturing into digital nomadism, and test this out. The life that I keep hearing about but never kind of completed it. I start it and then run out of money or loose motivation and then I compel myself to go back to being a boring programmer in front of the screen.

Well this time, it feels different.

I badly want to make this work. Probably not the best mindset for this, but a mindset nonetheless.

I worked mostly on the blog.

I wanted to get cracking so I went to the same place that I had breakfast yesterday. Neața Omlette Bistro. I had a bagel.

I am using this blog currently to document what I am doing and how I am doing stuff mainly.

Also to provide some insights into how I travel and something that can be useful for you. I am trying to be transparent here because I want you to understand the process of starting and running a blog.

So I have my wordpress site up and running, still under construction. Hash not linked my domain name to the IP address yet. I will do that soon.

I am also trying to be consistent with my instagram posts.

Something that I learned from Gary Vee. 9 posts with 9 hash tags everyday. Well not nearly nine posts, but I am on the way there.

I probably need to be a lot more faster and do more stuff in a day to make this a success.

My style of working is that I take a lot of coffee breaks. If it has something to do on my laptop I can get deep into it. I struggle with people though.

So, I transferred some blogs from my old weebly site to the new site and it is actually starting to form.

I had a nice little chat with the hostel girls afterwards.

This girl gave me some mineral water to drink, that tasted like iron.

Could not drink it, but I appreciate it.

Apparently it comes from the mountains and they collect it in some other town 40 km from Timisoara.

Look at it! it is muddy.

About the Author:

Having been travelling for 4 years now, I write about travel, personal growth tips and my internal world here. I am excited to share with you, tools and tricks that I have learned along the way.

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