Renata Cieslak, autor noprobleminindia.com

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My name is Renata Cieślak and I live on the edge of the world. This exotic, colorful and vibrant one. I live in India since 2013, where I settled down with a bi-cultural family and became a bridge between Eastern and Western culture. I am a native of Poland. I spent my childhood in Lodz, graduated and started a professional career over there. I am a marketing professional by education and a language translator – by current occupation. Moreover, I do have few things in common with social activities, project management and human resources management as well. By passion, I am a volleyball player, from a not-so-old hobby – also a volleyball referee.

Who am I? Mostly like you!

A woman, a daughter, a wife, a sister, a mother, a friend – I am a lot like you! I am one of you. This space of mine is where I share stories of life, love and happy expat motherhood, trying to find a balance between two cultures and two different continents.

I love to celebrate the moment, I am far away from following all the new-fast-expensive-fashionable gadgets, I love to cook and taste new things. Hence, I invite you to my world, where I build the definition of everyday slow life filled with love, inner peace, thoughts of sustainable development, harmony with yourself and others. Make yourself comfortable here, I’ll take you to my India and… enjoy the Indian ride!

Credo

Every day I will exercise patience, wisdom and self-control to live my life as a sincere individual. As proactive citizen, through my behaviors, attitudes, actions and words I will respond with respect to other people’s actions to empower them and to develop their unique talents.

Favorite quote

“I like the evening in India, the one magic moment when the sun balances on the rim of the world, and the hush descends, and ten thousand civil servants drift homeward on a river of bicycles, brooding on the Lord Krishna and the cost of living.– English journalist – James Cameron

Where can you find me?

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