The Best Time To Start Is Yesterday — Krakow Day One

Krakow Day One

I am in Kattowitz now, Poland in a small bus with my MacBook on lap, writing.
This trip, however, is a bit different from the hedonistic adventures that I normally undertake.
In this trip, I visit a dear friend of mine who helps me with coming to a step closer to living my dream life.
This dream of mine is to combine my passion for psychology with living as a vagabond.

The Idea of traveling as a wayfarer around the world and investigating the different paths that can lead to happiness was always compelling to me.


This is why I decided some time ago that I wanted to create a blog that allows me to write and work from everywhere in the world. Raising awareness for mental health and teach people about behavior psychology. 

My friend Pawel lives this lifestyle for years now, and he inspired me to also leave the 9-5 Bullshit behind and become a digital nomad myself.

My buddy, the best Webdesigner I know, helps me to turn those words into actual things.

So right now, while being on this old bus, driving towards the beautiful city of Krakow, I feel like I am also driving towards a new chapter of my life. 

If you are reading this, and you have something that you wanted to start a long time ago, something that puts you on fire, just start.

Let me tell you this from my own experience; things will never be perfect, you will always have excuses to not start, there is always more to prepare. There is a point, however, where we have to run out of fucks, and just do.

The best time to start to do you, was yesterday.


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Hi, I’m Daniel!

I am a Behavior Designer, a Writer, and Digital Nomad.

I write about big ideas and life hacks that don`t suck.
Some people say I`m a moron. Other people say I changed their life.

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