Orvieto, Italy

Can you make an app that caters to people in a certain city, but you’re not a citizen of the country? So does this mean you run the business in your home country or you’re allowed to stay to monitor the business? Or is it illegal completely?

Anonymous asked:
If you can raise the capital yourself your parents won't have a say even if they disapprove. Good luck! ❤️

Ah yes, the big issue. MONEY. It all boils down to that doesn’t it. Thanks man.

Anonymous asked:
I feel you dude. I could write the exact same thing EXCEPT I got (mandatory) military service starting next January. I have no idea what I wanna do with my life. I just wanna travel tho :Ss

Thanks bro. Do you happen to be from Israel or Singapore? (Only countries I know with mandatory military service) Ps, good luck with that!

Swiss paradise

Magical Hallstat

So I’m graduating in two months time and I have NO idea what the fuck I wanna do with my life. My parents expect me to get a respectable 9 to 5 job but I just can’t see myself ever slipping into that mode, even if it’s just for a bit. I’m a massive introvert and working an office job would be absolute hell. Why put myself through that when I know I’ll be incredibly unhappy? I owe myself some happiness. I owe it to myself not to put myself through anymore suffering. I mean high school was bad enough.

Dude, IDK, I want to start my own business. I roughly know what I want it’s just the capital and getting my parents on board. Like, UGH, can they get out of their ruts and realize working for a company is not the be all and end all of life. I mean, on the one hand they’re telling me “We want you to be happy and will support whatever you chose to do” and then when I bring up my ideas to them it’s like “What, no. C’mon, be realistic” UH, OK. 

I do know I don’t wanna live in one place for too long. Like I wanna live in different places every year, two years max. That’s just me. I cant’ stay in one place too long. I need change. And holy crap, the idea of having to leave Europe just breaks my heart so badly. I love it here. I can’t imagine wanting to leave just yet. 


Alicante, Spain

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

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