Project authenticity

This site is many things to many different people. It can be a blog about living authentically. A site about American politics. A blog about Slovak women. A blog about Slovak culture or Belgian culture or western culture. At times it's a blog about the economics of every day life. It's a site about parenting. A blog about literature. A blog about psychology. There are blogs about dating, blogs about travel, blogs about money, blogs about teaching, blogs about dating Slavic girls, blogs about Palestine. It's a site for leftists. It's a site for progressives. A site for go-getters. In a way also a site for entrepreneurs. Maybe it's easier to describe what the people who regularly visit have in common. The readers of this site tend to be seekers. They tend to be people who are a bit dissatisfied with life and are looking for more, not just for themselves but for humanity in general. It's a blog for people looking for peace, love, empathy, solidarity and yes, also a good dose of excitement. Whatever brought you here, know that you are welcome. Feel free to drop us a line or to support us. We're always available for questions so we'd be happy to hear from you.

Need a fixer or interpreter in Slovakia?

Ahoj! Hello!

If you’re looking for a fixer in Slovakia, I’m your man. I have experience working for English, Belgian and Dutch newspapers. I have interpreted for several companies and conferences. As I’m passionate about everything concerning Slovakia and Central-Europe I can really lighten your work load concerning any project you may have here.

I can help you arrange your stay in Slovakia, take you to the best places, tell you about Slovak history, the economy, the political climate, the media and bring you into contact with local politicians, writers, entrepreneurs, etc.

I’m Belgian, but I live in Bratislava, Slovakia. I’m fluent in English, Dutch, French and Slovak, and get along fine in Russian, German and Slovene. I studied Slavic languages at the University of Gent. I run a publishing house, Donkichod, here in Slovakia and teach four different languages through my own school, The Dutch House.

If you need any help in Slovakia, you are warmly invited to contact me through the form below.

I’m in close contact with my good friend and mentor Abram Muller, who is also a fixer for Slovakia, based in the Netherlands. If you need help with Slovak in the Netherlands you can contact him through his page.

Best wishes,

William

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