Dates are fun. They stop us from getting too used to the everyday life and bring in moments that otherwise don’t happen. They can be different for every couple, but personally I divide them into three categories: coffee, bar, and restaurant dates. Which one is the right for you? Find out by reading more.
One of my biggest problems in life is that I want to have everything now and sometimes as I’m chasing my dreams, I forget to slow down. Spending most January sick and having had only two days off that month, I started feeling burnt out by mid-February. So this Valentine’s Day, without any connection to […]
I have a new sneak peak for you: the black and white artwork from my children’s book, The Girl Who Wanted to Catch a Cloud in a Marmalade Jar. It’s been so much fun and such a great experience to work with Duncan. He brought the book to life with his illustrations – and you haven’t seen them in colour yet!
New month, new opportunity to start fresh. While in January I’ve been juggling too many things, February has come with more peaceful fashion. I decided to push work a little bit away and create more space for myself. Here are a couple of things that help me get back on track. The Little Book Of […]
I’m staring a new series on my blog call What Happened. Each month I’m going to write a sum up with the most important stuff that is worth sharing, because I want to share my life lessons with you. Here’s what January surprised me with. Health The beginning of the month looked quite, but it started full […]
I’m pleased to show you some early illustrations of The Girl Who Wanted to Catch a Cloud in a Marmalade Jar. I find Duncan’s illustrations really awesome and quirky. To my surprise, he made them look more interesting than I imagined them. I’m not exaggerating when I say my book would be nothing without them.
I’ve been interviewed a couple of times for online magazines, students writing their thesis and entrepreneurs starting new projects. They keep asking me the same question – why is it so attractive for people to be a blogger? Why should I care to be one? Should I try to become one too? It looks like bloggers get to live a cool, fun and happy life. But is that really true?
I am pleased to share some great news with you today. I’d like to introduce you to the illustrator of my children’s book, Duncan Beedie. If the name isn’t that new to you, I wouldn’t be surprised. Duncan doesn’t only do illustration, but he’s also published two amazing children’s books.
When we moved to London two years ago, I soon realised that our neighbourhood is somewhat different from the rest of London. It seemed to me like Lambeth is a lifeless place for residents to sleep at night, go to work in the morning, and return in the evening only to cook dinner and go to sleep […]