16 March, 2018


What a beutiful start of the day I had. I woke up at 7 am. That's one of my goals, to wake up early every morning. Now is 7 am, but I will definitely move the boundaries. And I did some workout for legs and booty. I'm not a type of a person who likes workouts, but this is a session which Mimi posted on her YT channel and I noticed some cellulite on my booty last night. So I said to myself: "You are gonna do some workouts for that". 

So, now, here I am, I feel great after that. You know, when you accomplish something you set a day before. After, I took a nice shower and had a breakfast while watching Annie's new video. (I did a separate post about my favorite Bloggers/Youtubers here).
Now I'm going to get ready for work. Do my smoothie and something else I will bring to job.

15 March, 2018


Hello, Hello :)

Yesterday I was in this furniture store in my home town which has insanely beautiful decorations. Lately, I'm into redecorating my rooms. Some simple changes, just to refresh them and get a good vibe. I think I will go for this beautiful flowers in the third photo. And some tulips for spring now, too. It looks so pretty. It's artificial ofc, but really doesn't look like it is. That's why I'm super happy :)

14 March, 2018


 Lately, I'm into vision boards, meditation, affirmations, and yoga so much. So here are some pictures from my vision board. I have an idea to have more vision boards in a picture frames. Which of these photos inspires you?
Photos are taken from different Instagram accounts. If you want me to show you my favorite accounts just comment below. :)

I can't use to being home all day. I feel so lost, haha. Especially between 12 and 4 pm. Does anybody else feel the same? Like, you don't know what to do, where to be or go? That happens to me pretty often. Well...
So, as I said, I am home all day. That's so nice after these crazy few months I have had. I had a cozy morning just for myself and my morning routine.

I took a walk. It was so relaxing. I love peace and silence. And nature. It's my sort of drugs. LIterally, haha.

And I had time for reading. Nice. I'm currently reading Eat, pray, love by E. Gilbert.
Oh, I ordered last week two books. The first one is #Girlboss by Sophia Amoruso and the second one is Crazy rich girlfriend by Kevin Kwan. They are in English so it will be perfect for improving my English skills. That's why I ordered them. I will definitely start to read more in English.

13 March, 2018


I really liked this book so, so much. It's helpful in changing your perspective on life and creativity. Easy to read. Humoristicaly wrote, with personal examples.

Here are some of my favorite parts of the book.

  • “try saying this: “I enjoy my creativity.” And when you say it, be sure to actually mean it." 
  • “The fun part (the part where it doesn’t feel like work at all) is when you’re actually creating something wonderful, and everything’s going great, and everyone loves it, and you’re flying high. But such instants are rare. You don't just get to leap from bright moment to bright moment. How you manage yourself between those moments, when things aren't going so great, is a measure of how devoted you are to your vocation, and how equipped you are for the weird demands of creative living.Holding yourself together through all the phases of creation is where the real work lies.” 
  • “So the question is not so much "What are you passionate about?" The question is "What are you passionate enough about that you can endure even the most disagreeable aspects of the work.”  
  • “Because if you love and want something enough—whatever it is—then you don’t really mind eating the shit sandwich that comes with it.” 

  • “Fake it till you make it - that's the catch.”

  • “Give your mind a job to do, or else it will find a job to do, and you might not like the job it invents ... It has taken me years to learn this, but it does seem to be the case if that I am not actively creating something, then I am probably actively destroying something (myself, a relationship, or my own peace of mind). ”
  • “failure has a function. It asks you whether you really want to go on making things.”
  •  “What happens if you never get anything out of this? What happens if you pursue your passion forever, but success never comes? How will you feel then, having wasted your entire life for nothing?” My friend, with equal reason, replied, “If you can’t see what I’m already getting out of this, then I’ll never be able to explain it to you.” When it’s for love, you will always do it anyhow.”
  • “Don’t rush through the experiences and circumstances that have the most capacity to transform you.”
  • “So I don’t try to kill off my fear. I don’t go to war against it. Instead, I make all that space for it. Heaps of space. Every single day. I’m making space for fear right this moment. I allow my fear to live and breathe and stretch out its legs comfortably. It seems to me that the less I fight my fear, the less it fights back. If I can relax, fear relaxes, too.”