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It takes a person a long time to develop his own lifestyle, but even longer for others to accept it. Presenting everyday ups and downs of Polish-Indian family. Hobbies, DIY, homeschooling, motherhood, volunteering, running, trekking.

Impulse consumerism – digging deeper into mindless consumption.

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(few words about money-shopping madness and uncontrollable or impulse consumerism) My spontaneous decision to travel to India in 2013...

Lows in expat life – things that change for ever when you live abroad

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Have you ever been abroad, for a family vacation, business trip or individual travel and said to yourself: ‘I want to grow...

Domestic engineer – a couple of words about stay at home dad in India

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I must admit our bi-cultural relationship, married life, and now settled family was never a proper Indian fairytale. We broke long-lasting generation...

Are you REALLY ready to follow your partner overseas? Bitter truth about trailing spouses.

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Traveling today is easily available and affordable. As democratic countries are magnets for migrants from different cultures, classes and societies, India is not an...

India step by step: how did living abroad make me a better person?

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Going to India in 2013 I planned only one year internship and when my visa was due to expire – just back home to...

Life throwbacks. Rolling up the sleeves and doing the work on yourself that truly...

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I was always perceived as a kind daughter, a diligent student, graduating from primary school, secondary school, technical university with best marks, heading for...

Is it possible to live your life slow and enjoy it in India –...

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From the early days of our childhood, we are getting programmed. For better, bigger, faster. Motherhood competition, parental pursuit for "my kid...
Hi! My name is Renata and I have lived in India since 2013. Quit my corporate job, escaped from crowded city to live happily (ever after!) in the Indian countryside with my Polish-Indian family. Moderation, simplicity, minimalism, contact with nature and homemade food - those attributes describe me best. This space of mine is where I share stories of life, love and expat motherhood. Join me in this Indian adventure!