For as long as I can remeber I’ve loved interacting with people and exploring new places. Wanting to be everything from a pilot, singer, circus artist, author, lawyer, journalist, psychologist to police officer, you can imagine I wouldn’t settle for only one profession as an adult. In my twenties I worked in retail, got a bachelor’s degree in psychology as a behaviorist, built my own business as a photographer and worked in HR. And of course, written How to Find Inspiration!
One thing I have learnt in life is that you can choose your own path and it’s completely fine to not know what you want to do. Trying different things is the best way to know what you like and what you don’t. And if you’ve made a decision on what to do, you can always change your mind and direction. In the end it is your life – no one else’s. And please don’t suppress what you feel passionate about. Those are the things that will make you feel alive, and if you don’t feel alive, what’s the point of life? Create your own path!
If you are a Facebook user you can find me at Charlotte Lundqvist Photography. And then of course there is the other website, clundqvist.com (where I blog and publish the photography related work).
Hope to see you there and thank you for visiting!
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