Moving from one country to the other is awesome but I also realised that I am not always good at it. Adapting to: new people, new surroundings, new rules, different climate: I find it really overwhelming. Even though I love to wander, I enjoy wandering most if I have one solid base. A house (or beach-shack or any kind of roof above my head) to return to, a bike/a car to move around but most importantly people to catch up with. I am not a shy person, so do not have a lot of difficulty meeting people but I noticed that I am also tired of being social all the time. Because when you are not social, you do not meet people. At this moment though, I love to be at home. Read my book, make a beanie, cook some food.
This granny-like lifestyle though is conflicting with my need to be around people as well. A situation that confuses me sometimes? Do I keep throwing myself out on the street or do I just stay home? My christmas eve party learned me one big lesson. Stay close to what you really feel like doing. Listen to what kind of energy you have. do you go out for yourself or to make someone else happy? Keep your both feet on the ground and stay true to what you really feel like doing. I ignored all the signs my head and body were telling me and learned the hard way: a stolen iPhone and christmas day on find-my-phone-hunt and a following 7 hours in the car. My feet, my head and my heart will stay grounded for a while now.