I don’t think that i have ever seen in bookstores such a big offer of books touching feminism/gender equality/self help – topics as much as I see these days. You don’t believe me? just take a trip to any bookstore and convince yourself. It’s amazing. You would think that with such a variety we are … More Help. Self help
“All the girls in the world were divided into two classes: one class included all the girls in the world except her, and they had all the usual human feelings and were very ordinary girls; while the other class -herself alone- had no weaknesses and was superior to all humanity.” Tolstoy, Anna Karenina
“…Coca-Cola and fries, the wafer and wine of the Western religion of commerce.” Tad Williams, City of Golden Shadow (Otherland, #1)
Trier is a little city in southwestern Germany on the top of the Moselle valley (wine region) and near the Luxembourg border. I said wine region – enough said. But wait, there is more, so much more. Trier, also known as the oldest city in Germany was founded by Augustus in 15 B.C., and it … More Trier – The Roman Augusta Treverorum
Septembrie e o gutuie coaptă si pufoasă, nuci verzi și vinete coapte pe foc. Septembrie e un freamăt de copilărie. Și aromă de must. Atât.
I should start this post by mentioning that I am not a Certified Therapeut or psychologist/psychiatrist so don’t take what I I write here for granted. However, I declare myself (by the power I got invested by Captain Planet) specialised in drama. Since I am a specialist in that, I can write whatever – hence … More Walk the walk. Talk the talk
Malmö->>Göteborg->>Marstrand->>Vadstena->>Uppsala->> Stockholm Or the impossible cool Sverige tour. For those of you that know me, you already know my absolute weakness for All Things Sweden. My latest trip to the land of Vikings started in Malmö and ended in Stockholm with all kinds of experiences. In the land of the most beautiful people and the … More LAGOM – when less is so much more