“The quality of your life is determined by the quality of your questions.”

– Tony Robbins

Why me? Why now? Why try? Why care? Why hope? Why dare to dream big? Why go for it? Why travel? Why dance when everyone else sits? Why create?


Why not me? Why not now? Why not try? Why not care? Why not hope? Why not dare to dream big? Why not go for it? Why not travel? Why not dance when everyone else sits? Why not create?


The world tells us we should start with why. But don’t the why not’s sound just a wee bit better…


Change is the constant undercurrent of life. And progress has been found through those bold enough to question the world as it is. The ones who stopped, looked around and say “Hey, why not…”


This is what PorQueNo? is all about. Alternative ideas on how to approach this wild ride we all call life.


When I first started this site in 2017, “Why Not?” was most certainly my mindset.


Why not move to Colombia without knowing anyone and without any job prospects? Why not learn Spanish? Why not go salsa dancing? Why not move to Argentina? Why not start a blog? Why not quit everything and backpack through Patagonia for six weeks?


You get the point.


I took a massive leap and traveled the world. And along the way, I started writing.


No, this is not a travel blog.


Yes, I do give some travel advice. But only general advice. Your travels should not be tainted by my opinions.


This site is really about ideas.


I believe life’s lessons are learned through contrasts and comparisons. The more we experience, the more contrasts we see, the more comparisons we make and the more ideas sprout up.


As I travel, I inevitably meet new people, have new experiences and stumble into new ideas.


This site is where I come to share those ideas.


Thank you for taking the time to visit the site and for your support. It means more than you might ever know.


If you fancy yourself a writer and would like to be paid to contribute to the site, you can send an e-mail with an outline of your idea to:


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