Tell us a little about yourself:
I’m Ronja. I live in a teeny tiny country called Estonia. If you don’t know where it is (which you probably don’t), then look it up on a map. It has a really nice shape. I go to school and live in Tallinn, which is the capital of Estonia, but I was actually born in Haapsalu, which is a cute little town with cute little houses. My father and grandmother still live there, and I spend most of my summer vacation there.
I like drawing perspectives, Shostakovitch, and milk.
What one thing are you most proud of?
That I have managed to continue learning piano for 10th year now. I wanted to quit music school so badly 5 years ago, but my mum convinced me to continue, and I’m very happy I did.
What would you like to have achieved when you’re 100 years old?
When I’m 100 years old, I’d like to find contentment in everything I have done. I don’t want to regret anything. Also, I’d be happy if even one person would know me by what I’ve done.
What biggest challenge do you think our planet will face over the next 100 years?
Everybody always talks about global warming and stuff, but actually it will be our society who will die before the planet does. We make things worse in our minds than they really are, everybody is constantly being so negative and there are so less of those who actually enjoy life at it’s fullest without persistently worrying about everything. Overthinking will make our brains explode one day.