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Content writer and introvert who reads, chases, gathers, and writes stories.

The only way to live a meaningful life is to break away from your productivity obsession.

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You’re constantly and relentlessly pushing yourself forward and racing from one thing to the next without a break.

You’re afraid that if you lost the fast pace you’ve set for yourself, failure awaits.

The truth is you’ve ended up living with a highly impatient voice in your head incessantly asking…


The renewed sense of appreciation for the natural world we gained during the pandemic might be the key to long-term wellbeing

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When the world shuts down and uncertainty envelops every aspect of your life, the best thing to do is to go out for a walk in nature.

Simple as that may sound, being outdoors—be that a garden, a park or a forest—is not only a fundamental human need but also…


Practical steps to stop panic attacks and anxiety from taking over your life

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Last year proved to us all, among other things, that we’re human beings with not only a body to protect and treat when sick but also a mind.

It only took a pandemic to show us that making mental health a priority is not something we do only on weekends…


These are the books you won’t be able to stop yourself from hugging after you’ve finished reading

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If I’d have to name one writer who had a great influence on me as a human being, it would be Fredrik Backman. …


I used to joke that my mother is a social media guru but truth be told, she usually had more engagement than most of my clients put together

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It all started with a simple Facebook account — isn’t that the usual start of almost every digital age fairytale?

I wouldn’t have imagined 9 years ago when my brother and I created my mother’s Facebook account that she’ll love it so much and use it as her personal blog…


What happens when a big change such as a global pandemic comes and disturbs our normal daily life? We start making sourdough bread and Dalgona coffee, we get on TikTok, and we cut and bleach our hair. But why?

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Life is full of changes — that’s how we and everyone/everything around us grows. That’s what makes life so unpredictable and exciting at the same time.

Yet, who would have thought that in the first half of the year we’d all be working remote and staying inside all the time…


If you want to know what you can do to feel less trapped in your own home and also how to get away from the current world crisis for a few hours, keep reading. Literally.

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We live in panic-filled times now. As the novel coronavirus spreads more and more around the world, most of us are forced to stay at home to protect ourselves and the people around us.

If you’ve already been working remote for a while now, this self-isolation period won’t seem like…


Who doesn’t love a good story?

I know I do. In fact, I love stories. This is the unsurprising answer of a book-loving introvert.

I heard so many stories — from my family, friends, co-workers, and complete strangers on YouTube — and I read even more in books, magazines, blogs…

Anita Coltuneac

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