She looked around Continue reading
Give it a try
I made it this morning! Against the odds. I made an egg stand. Continue reading
Stay in Love
Love is like a good soil. It may be muddy sometimes, but it’s the thing that makes you grow. If it doesn’t than it’s not love.
Sudden landing to London
Well, well, well. For all of you who know about Alice, it will not be surprising that something like this could have happened. Continue reading
Sweden, kids and apple trees
Sometimes it looks like my itchy feet open doors for more traveling even when money is scarce. But it is really friends that are crucial in sailing the seas of nomadic life. Of course, a good pinch of adventure salt is necessary to spice up every round of this game called life. Continue reading
Hey Summer, let’s meet again soon
There is something special about summer. Something so important for recovery, for defrosting, for awakening. For feeling alive.
Today, as summer is leaving the North and moving to the South, I would like to share a small photo gallery I compiled on 500px, honouring summer and care free life. Click here or on the photo to view the gallery.
Hope some of you may enjoy it, whether you are North or South!
Hello Autumn, nice to see you again!
I wrote to my friend yesterday that I felt like I was standing at some huge crossroad that still had to be built. And it’s good and bright there, even if a bit windy. Continue reading
A portfolio of an extraordinary year
This post was triggered by a conversation I recently had. Somebody asked me: “Well it’s great you had a good time and you feel well now, but how are you going to explain a year long gap in your CV?”. I felt for a second I might be in trouble. But then, a new girl in me stood up against the looming fear: Continue reading
I intended to publish another post today, but this one has somehow jumped the queue. (There is actually no queue, but but it’s handy to recall how to write the word ‘queue’ — ridiculous spelling isn’t it?!) Does this look like I am avoiding to write about difficult decisions? Continue reading
Celebrating 40.338 km of freedom
Last week I celebrated one of the major achievements in my life. I survived a whole year without having a job or even trying to get one! And not that I just survived – I met the world, and myself, in a very new and truly invigorating way. I haven’t experienced this kind of freedom since I was five, a freedom to simply be myself and playfully roam for days and days through the space that I perceive as The World. But this was not a matter of luxury. Continue reading