Welcome to Ars Currendi!

Have you ever had the desire to just go out and see the world? Do you want to find travel inspiration? Do you enjoy reading about people’s adventures? Are you trying to learn from their mistakes so that you don’t make them? If the answer to any of these questions was yes, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome!

About me

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Welcome to this blog introduction post. Allow me to tell you something about myself. My name is Sander. I was born in Belgium, but my home is the world. I’m nineteen years old and I’m currently studying at university to become a translator, interpreter, copywriter, ghostwriter, subtitler or anything that involves languages. The things that fascinate me most are English literature, travelling, photography and music. Don’t get me wrong, this does not in the slightest mean that I’m a novel writer, a photographer or a musician. I just enjoy these specific parts of life.

On my travels, I make mistakes. A lot of them. Nevertheless, I keep finding myself writing about those mistakes and creating stories about things that happened when I was abroad. This blog is the result of all that writing. You can follow along whenever I take a trip, so you can find out what kind of mistakes I made (and how you can avoid them).

Read more about this blog’s intentions and origins here.

Check out some of my most recent blog posts below!