I was born on the 23rd of May in 1993 in the city of Makeyevka, where I used to live for 20 years. As I was growing up, I’ve decided to change a country.
So, at the age of 20, on the 6th of July in 2013, I moved to Italy where I started a new life.
One of the most important things in my life is the passion for learning foreign languages.
I’ve started to read fairy tales in English at the age of 4. Yep, that’s right, at the age of FOUR. At the age of six, I was learning English with a teacher. Dare I say, English is the most important language in the world. I live in Italy, and I still think that English is more important than Italian for me.
Italy. When I moved here, I was perplexed for the first three months because of the new language. But I have to tell you the truth about foreign languages: the more languages you speak, the easier it will be to learn a new one.
To say in one word – I am a perfectionist.
I always try to become better every day, no matter how hard is it to get over myself.
My priority – Personal Development.
I do not consume alcohol at all.
Well, the list of my hobbies is huge.
On the 31 of December in 2015 (on the New Years Eve) I have bought an electric guitar. It was a Stratocaster, for those of you who know. And the journey to the world of music has begun. If you are looking for a new hobby, I suggest you master ANY musical instrument. Music is a paradise for your mind and soul.
I really enjoy classical music: Ludwig van Beethoven, Gabriel Fauré, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Schubert, Richard Wagner, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Fryderyk Chopin, Erik Satie, Antonio Vivaldi, Niccolò Paganini, Franz Liszt, Maurice Ravel, Johann Sebastian Bach, Edvard Grieg…
I love to read books in the original language. This way I have the possibility to read a story firsthand. My favourite genre is classics of the 19th century.
Sport is an inseparable part of my life.
I love to run. At this moment, I’ve covered a distance of 1700+ kilometres.
Also, I took part in Stramilano 2015 and San Martino Run 2017. It was an amazing experience, and the medal reminds me of that great day.