What is next? (Luxembourg)
I am Aimilia. I am the 3rd and the youngest child of a Greek family.
As you may know it is not easy to find a job nowdays on the conventional domains: banks, translation agencies, administrative services or other. This is a worldwide phenomenon.
I have been looking for over one year in Luxembourg and I get negative answers.
Either because I do not speak Luxembourgish, either because my pronunciation is not good, either because there are no posts available or because my profile does not match the demands of the job.
So I stopped looking at places where I would normally search first thing some time ago.
I stopped because it made me anxious and sad. It made me feel useless and depressed. It made me fight with my family.
I believe if you want to really help someone there are ways. But people did not want to hear. Some of them, even hung the phone to me.
I decided to fight the negative emotions because I did not want any more to feel like that.
I wanted to have a normal life, a normal job and I did not want to fight with my family any more.
The more the services deny me a job, the more I will be trying to make it.
What else could I do? I searched to find what is my passion and what is my heart telling me to do.
My heart said I am going to be happy if I work with children and talk my truth to people.
The second one I am doing it now. By opening up to you.
The second one is my suggestion to offer you reading workshops for children/adolescents and adults in Greek, English, French and/or Italian.
I can read stories you like from your favourite books or I can tell you my stories.
I have also written my stories. My stories come from my dreams, my experience with people, jokes I have heard and others.
If you would like to hear me, please send me an email to Protected content in order to meet or send you a demo.
If you would like to read one of my stories, please also send an email.
And if you would like just to see what I have been creating until now you are most welcome to visit my blog at
Feedback and suggestions for cooperation are always welcome.