Juli

What I’m Doing Now

As of Nov 15, 2020

Location

Vienna, Austria.🇦🇹

Work

My newsletter project

Back in April, I started a daily newsletter about self-love and self-awareness, The Self-Letter. I had this idea for a long time and it was the time in which I believe more people than ever need the right tools for proper self-care.

I kept the daily pace up for 60 days and then turned it into a weekly letter. It's called The Self-Letter.

The main questions I explore through it is how we can get to know ourselves better and how we can become more content with the present moment and the way things are.

My writing

I write on Medium, mostly for the Better Humans publication. I currently work on a long-form article on how to set boundaries as a womxn.

Additionally, I started to experiment with personal essays and want to pitch publications outside of Medium.

My webpage

I started this webpage recently to create a melting pot for all my creative work and curation.

Catch Budapest

Catch Budapest is mine and my partner’s business helping people who want to learn Hungarian.

We created and sell two Hungarian courses: The Smart Hungarian Audio Course and the Smart Hungarian Short Stories Course.

We run a daily email series (“One Hungarian Word a Day”).

I also give 1:1 Hungarian consulting sessions to a selected group of learners.

Current Activities

We just entered the second lockdown which messed up a lot, but not everything.

Here's what I do on an ideal day:

Meditate for 15 minutes.

Dance for 10 minutes.

Plank for 5 minutes.

Do 100 pull-ups throughout the day with 2, 3, and 4 fingers. This is my at-home compensation for my passion for indoor bouldering which I usually pursue 3-4x per week.

Read at least for an hour. I currently read 5 books at the same time and figured it makes me read a lot more and a lot more eagerly. I read 2 fiction and 3 non-fiction books.

Ideally, I split my work between 3 hours of writing and 2-3 hours I spend on Catch Budapest.

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The idea of this /NOW page came from Derek Sivers and his project nownownow.com.