Wow! It has been a month since I finally moved back to my motherland, Armenia!

During my last couple weeks in Armenia, and after I went back to Spain, we reached an agreement with my uncle to buy off his half of the house he was sharing with my father. Now this house is where I’m staying after moving back and it’s probably going to be the house I’ll be living at for the next few years until we decide to tear it down and construct a proper house in it’s place. Until then I’ll happily live here and start forming a family ASAP.

Regarding that matter, I’ve been searching on online dating apps and so far came across several good women. Some of them I could clearly see wouldn’t work out so I stopped the conversations amicably at a good place. There are a couple of women I do continue talking with, but haven’t met yet in person. Hopefully they can either find the time or come to Yerevan so we can meet face to face, because online dating apps are cool and all, but nothing beats in-person dates to getting to know each other. Let’s see how this one progresses.

The food, drinks and environment so far have been great for me! I feel like finally being in the perfect place for my body! In Spain these last few years had gradually been taking a heavier toll on my body and I felt sickish for the most part. All of that has since been gone. I feel better than ever! This week started retaking boxing classes to get my body moving too, because this last month, although the food being very good, was still starting to affect me by putting on a bit of weight. Before I start rolling down the street I decided to properly take care of my body by exercising regularly.

Work-wise, I’ve been continuing with sites support for my existing clients and restarted working with a previous client. The amount and level of work is still nowhere I’d like it to be, but surely and steadily moving towards it. I need to save up some fuck-you money and have some cash on me to buy the things I need.

After work, almost every day, I like to take a 15 minute walk to my favorite restaurant. They have amazing home-made dishes! It feels like I’m being taken care of with love when I put that food in my mouth 🤗! Even though this week I bought a gas stove I’ll still be going to this restaurant regularly. It’s a nice thing to get out of the house for a little while to get away from the same four walls I stare at most of the days.

Until now, once every week, I’ve also been walking around the whole city for hours on end like a tourist, observing and admiring the architecture and the people of my hometown! It’s a delightful experience! I try to avoid walking the same street twice, always looking for detour so I can wander and explore more. It also served as a way to take my mind off from other stuff.

For a more detailed post about my move back to my Motherland I’ll write and publish and article shortly.

🌞 The Morning Routine

I am grateful for

  1. … finally being able to live in my Motherland!
  2. … being nourished by the produce of my land.
  3. … being able to continue working the same way as I had been doing until now, remotely.

Daily Affirmations. I am

  1. … focused on my work.
  2. … dedicated to the Armenian cause.
  3. … getting healthier in body, mind and spririt with each passing day on my Motherland.

What would make today great?

  1. Get some work done.
  2. Go to the boxing sparring training of tonight.
  3. Sleep on time I guess (mission impossible though as I’m watching Vikings until late at night 😹).

🌜 The Night Routine

3 Amazing things that happened today…

  1. Got some work done.
  2. Had a nice boxing sparring.
  3. Slept a bit late.

How could I have made today even better?

Sleeping on time. I guess That’ll come along the moment I finish watching the Vikings series.