Life Without Filter is a blog about what matters.
It is not easy to get to the core of what truly matters in life.
What’s at the heart of it all – beyond the acquired, cultural filters we use to look at the world and ourselves?
With Life Without Filter, I explore the meaning of life. I work through the fog of our own filters, with writings about personal, universal, and societal (opportunities for) growth and connection.
Thank you for being here.
I believe today’s world can be as disheartening and discouraging as it can be hopeful, resilient and strong. But although we can’t always choose our circumstances. we can definitely choose what to focus on.
With the increasing amount of challenges we face in this wonderful, but fast-paced and individualistic society, especially in the West, I believe it’s more important than ever to learn to see past our own limiting filters.
Like our judgments of what’s right and wrong.
Because when we do, we remember that we’re all connected.
Only when we become aware of the filters we use to look at the world and the people (and other beings) in it, we can choose to let go of the ones that are not serving us.
Life is a beautiful dance.
But somehow we’re not always able to see that clearly.
Life Without Filter explores why and aspires to help you reconnect with your beautiful essence.
“Love yourself, dance with life.”
My name is Sofie Angevaare. I am a free-spirited nomad, who was once born in the Netherlands but is currently spending most of her days in Southeast Asia.
As a content specialist and copywriter I offer people and their businesses the words they’re looking for to reach their goals.
I am a book lover, dancer, and personal growth enthusiast – among many other things, and I am passionate about mental and spiritual health.
I studied Communications and have held a master’s degree in Intercultural Communications since 2010, but I never stopped learning.
Reading books, listening to podcasts, watching talks, following online courses or attending webinars, I love it all. Especially when it’s related to writing, content marketing, psychology, spirituality, sociology and/or philosophy. (Tips are always welcome!)