Motivate to Motivate
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Hello lovely people!

Morning thoughts.. Whilst I was drinking my morning coffee, I was thinking about my blog and how I should organise my posts and form. I have kept one thing on my mind, that you who read this should feel comfortable, nice, motivated and of course, left with some thoughts after reading it. In the end, this is my way of writing (speaking), I like to shake you (& your mind) a little bit.

So, here I am, having just finished part 1 of my recovery exercises. For you who don’t know why I need recovery.. click here. I have a daily routine in the morning and afternoon, so this is the perfect time to write couple of lines..

Well, let say, this is my first official blog post on my webpage and I am loving it. So let’s dedicate today’s post about our dreams and our purpose in life.

If you are the one who looks forward to Friday, and Monday is not your favourite day.. maybe you should try to question why is that?.. do you love what you do? I was never the type of person who liked office jobs and working from 9-5. I always thought that it is simply not for me. Maybe because my brain doesn’t start to work properly until after 14 o’clock. Or maybe because I think that what matters are results, not the amount of time spent in the office. Maybe because I truly believe that all our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them. There are a couple more maybes.. but you’ve got the point.

One of the things I really like and really enjoy, obviously is writing. I know there are so many writers today, bloggers, motivational speakers etc, so I guess this (is) was my fear. How to stand out, among all those people out there? I always strive for quality over quantity, no matter what. I wasn’t thinking about marketing, or buying followers or any other similar options, the way that many people do to gain an audience. I want that you, who read this, actually read this and look forward to coming back and reading more. Hopefully, as well, maybe I can help too. Because every single word I put on here are exactly my thoughts, my opinions, everything is based on my experiences and things that happened to me in life.


Maybe my road to success is longer than I’d like, but I think that it is the only right way to do it. The only thing that matters is that I stay true to myself and here I am.

So my main advice to you, is first of all, dream. Dream big. Let your dreams scare you. Go and look within you, what is it that makes your eyes sparkle? Apart from love. What is that, that you do, and that you feel great doing? What is it that you are passionate about?

Then Believe!

I often like to say, we live what we believe in. Believe in yourself. Believe that every single dream can come true, if we work on them. Believe in magic. Then magic will happen. Believe in miracles. Then miracles will happen. Believe that everything is possible. Everything you think of..

No one says that changing your mind set, or any other thing will be easy, but it doesn’t mean that is impossible! That is why believing is so very important. Don´t listen to others, listen to yourself and what your heart is telling you. Surround yourself with people who also believe in you. If that means that you will be alone on that road, then so be it. You are here to live your life up to your expectations! Trust me you won’t stay alone, The Universe has a strange and mysterious way of sending people into our lives. People will come and go, that’s normal. So don’t be afraid to let go of anything or anyone that no longer serves you, or makes you unhappy.

And last but not least, the important thing is: DARE. Have guts, dare to be brave, dare to be bold. Dare to risk, It’s your life, so make it worth living.

Go and pursue your dreams, no one will do that for you.

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So, let me introduce myself. My name is Irina Vujaklija and I was born in Belgrade on 31 January 1979. Who am I? Love. I know, you will roll your eyes.. But that is how it is. Discovering my true self wasn’t an easy process. Constantly working on myself, learning by seeking answers to many questions, I have managed to overcome very complicated life situations. Among other things, my severe motorcycle accident in 2004. A life altering moment in just one second.