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Goodbye Denmark, hello……


AUSTRALIA, Brisbane to be more exact. Yup, you read it correctly, your boy and A Common Obsession is heading down under to grow and expand my horizon. This article comes in continuation of this article, where the big “what now” question was raised. I now I have the answer and the next chapter in my life, will be lived in Australia.

I honestly can’t get my hands down of how stoked and excited I am. And a little scared actually, but that is to be expected I guess. This decision, at this point in my life, make so much sense for me, it’s the right time to leave the safety net I’ve called home my entire life and see what the world has to offer.

I came across two quotes that really resonated with me and gave me further validation that this was the right thing for me to do.” Your comfort zone will also be your failure zone” &” A comfort zone is a beautiful place but nothing ever grows there”. I think there is a whole lot of truth in them. I feel like indirectly what they are saying is that you shouldn’t be so resistant to change, because old ways won’t open new doors!

Sometimes a change of circumstances can be just what you need to find and create your own path. While change is hard, sometimes it’s necessary because the equivalent to change is evolvement, and that’s why change is so important because it enables us to evolve and grow as a people on so many different levels. No matter how you twist and turn it, there are no substitutes for life experience, and I feel like it’s my time to go out and get richer in life experiences, adventures, new acquaintances and see what the world offers from a different view.

I also think that experiencing a new country, a new culture and meet new people and challenges is one of the greatest inspirations sources, so where ever this journey takes me, you guys will have front row seats here on the blog 😉

Talk to you later,




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