I love Christmas. I mean, I really really love Christmas. But not only the Christmas Eve or the Christmas Day — I enjoy especially the days before it, starting December. The days are short, the nights are long, and enjoying the time inside has never been better.
When I started writing this blog, I had no clue how it would turn out. Creative process can be as tricky as that — you start with an idea and if you work on it long enough, it’s going to be something very different than what you intended in the beginning.
I went to the National Portrait Gallery last week to see the exhibition “Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of the Icon”. The photographs spread across two not so big rooms, but were crowded with people looking almost obsessively at one of the most influential women of all times.
Most couples plan their holidays very well — especially the where, how and how much — but they often forget to plan what they want to do with their partner. Here’s how me and Andrej made it work and had a thrilling time together.
You’re sitting in a roller-coaster called life. Sometimes the pace is higher than you like it, sometimes you’re sick to the stomach, but, most importantly, you enjoy the high – you enjoy seeing things from the top and most of all, you enjoy being on that top.
I have a thing about nice book covers. I love to look at them, discover them, share them online. But most of all, a great book with a beautiful cover also makes an amazing gift. I found these four that you’ll really love to share.
You have that special one hour during your day that is called “lunch break”. Whether you work full-time or you’re a frellancer, you should go and take it. Taking the time off from your screen will not only make you more relaxed, but it can turn pretty productive and fun if you choose to do one of the following 11 things.
Me and my boyfriend are all about keeping our relationship vibrant on every level. I could as well call it the “perfectly dynamic relationship”. What do I mean by that? Whether we’re having fun, enjoying our time together, cooking dinner or having a critical argument, we’re here for each other and we push our boundries.
September is here and I wish for only a couple of things. To get my ZeroToBlog.net website running, to have enough tea for whole the autumn in my kitchen cupboard, and then to enjoy a couple of things in London. I’m sharing them here – thought you might enjoy as well.
So you’ve made it to a new city, but after you take all the tourist attraction, you realize the harsh reality — you’re not one anymore. Here are my 5 tips that will help you feel like home in a new city in less than a year.