-You were studying at Budapest University, you worked as a creative director/producer for years and at the same time you could still make time for your passion which is singing and songwriting. When did you decide that you have bigger dreams than what this little country can give you?
I could always make time to do it, because I choose to built my life around it. I knew that this is what makes me truly happy, and everything else is just a "side dish". It takes a lot of energy and sacrifices to chase your dreams, but that is what will separate you from others at the end of the day. That extra mile you chose to go each time.
I think it's not necessarily about the size of the country. What I want to do is simply centralised in LA, everyone is here. If you want to step forward and create something, that reaches a lot of people in the entertainment industry, it is the place to be. But of course, the weather and the whole vibe of the city weighted a lot in my decision as well. :)
-What were the difficulties of leaving your whole life behind and getting started a brand new one on the other side of the planet and what keeps you in this way through the inconveniences?
It is a long process. Before I left, it took me over a year to mentally let go of Hungary. To accept, that having a sentimental connection with my homeland is not going to give me any real security in life. It is hard, because once you leave, (especially if you know, you won't be coming back) it makes you feel "homeless". But that is only an illusion. If you overcome your fear of uncertainty, you'll realise you've never been this free in your whole life. You'll have no walls, no chains, no expectations - nothing to hold you back. You'll be free from the limits you've created for yourself. - Of course I don't say you should leave, you can be happy where you are. I just simple wasn't.
-What would you suggest to Millennial Women who can't escape from their comfort zone to live their dreams?
That if you can't, you simple don't want it enough. You should think about this too. Do you REALLY want 'it'? Why? Is this your dream, or someone made it yours? - If you really want it, it won't even be a choice, it will be an urge that will eat you from inside if you don't act on it. And working all night or waking up at 5am to make time for your dreams will become normal.
+ Your life motto?
Enjoy, create, love and listen to yourself! :)