Obsessed with…

It is very difficult to write in one page all the obsessions I have as a human being.  Like the majority of people, i am obsessed on learning new things.  More specifically, i have an obsession about politics and mainly the news.  Everyday I read the headlines of several newspapers and online sites.

I am also obsessed with writing.  I wrote my first tale at the age of twelve and since then i never stopped, since i truly believe that through writing I can express my feelings and beliefs.

Furthermore, I am obsessed with the analysis of historical occurrences and i always try to conclude to my own reasons and results for those events.  I love learning more things about new cultures and customs:  different cuisine, language, way of life, etc.

At this point i have to mention my passion for travelling.  See new sight seeings, visit museums, meet new people and see the differences between the Western and Eastern European civilizations.

I wouldn’t name my self an adventurous person but i really love bicycling and camping;  over the past five years I went for camping in several sides of Cyprus, explore them and feel the relaxation a human being can feel leaving in the nature.

I also have to mention that I am an adorer of coffee, since i get fascinated from its different kinds of redolence.

Another obsession that i have is the love i have for animals.  From a small age i used to have several animals in my house and felt like a mother to them.  I am a volunteer in a dog shelter and try to make happy “humans best friend”.

Well what other obsessions do i have?  I really enjoy reading Greek tragedies and philosophy, go to art and music festivals, listen to music and more specifically rock music,  visit new restaurants and taste unique cuisines, learn about sport news, play video games and learn everything about new technological advances.

Below I present a list with forthcoming events in Sunderland and Newcastle which are very interesting according to my obsessions.


  • Newcastle Does Vintage (Theater Royal, 29 September 2013)
  • BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival 2013 (Sage, Gateshead, 25-27 September 2013)
  • 13 years of goodgreef with Paul Van Dyk (Digital, 18 October 2013)
  • Thrillseekers Adventure Film Festival: Programme 1 (Tyneside Cinema, 14 October 2013)

Posted on September 28, 2013, in Journalism. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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