Extremely_loud, Belarus
  • country Belarus
  • Member since Joined 4th Oct., 2013
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  • icon Belarusian, Russian, Ukrainian, English
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  • icon 9th October

About Nastia...

My name is Nastia, I'm 26 and I live in Lelchitsy, a small town on South of Belarus.

Now it's quite important period in my life which I can call "the search". It's something like quarter-life crisis, when I suddenly discovered that I almost didn't live my own authentic life. But the situation is even more complicated by the fact, that I don't know exactly what my true life is. So I decided to start this pretty hard but no less exciting stage of search for my vocation, my mission.

I found out that people have really interesting stories of how they come to what they do. Some people turned out to be the luckiest: they somehow knew this from childhood. Some people discovered this only when they believed that the best years of life had already passed. But they found it (no matter when) and it's amazing.

I'm inspired by stories of people and if you don't mind telling me your story, I'll be happy.

Also I would read with pleasure how your typical day looks like, your reflexions on whatever worries you now, your hobbies, favourite quote, how did you know about postcrossing or anyhing that is pleasant for you to share.

If you would like to have some tips, my postcard preferences are:

♥ UNESCO sites (or any beautiful single view of your country, especially natural)
♥ ethnic
♥ Findus & Pettersson
♥ Inge Löök
♥ Virpi Pekkala
♥ Thomas Kinkade
♥ Lisi Martin
♥ Lena Anderson
♥ Minna Immonen
♥ Kaarina Toivanen
♥ Annet Loginova
♥ Lena Gnedkova
♥ Vladimir Rumyantsev
♥ vintage photos (esp. children's and women's)
♥ bicycles
♥ boats
♥ lavender
♥ books
♥ cosiness
♥ black and white
♥ pastel colors
♥ Christmas illustrations (all year round)

Here is my collection: https://www.flickr.com/photos/113269178@N06/collections/72157643518956493/

I understand Belarusian and Ukrainian languages and really enjoy reading on them. So, if you also know these languages and it's no difficulty for you, could you please write a postcard on them?

P.S. If it's no extra inconvenience for you, please, send your postcard in an envelope.

Warm regards, Nastia.

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