English: I went shopping with my best friend last week for her birthday present. I am really bad when I get in the shops, so I try my best to stay out of the mall to not buy everything black and pretty. Back to the story. I didn’t intend to buy anything for myself and
English: I hate being boring. And I hate being the same. When it comes to anything in my life, I like taking chances. Even if we are talking about a red skirt paired with a bra, or a new job because the last one was boring. This fall, I made a promise that it’s going
English: 1. Ignore. Not in the way that you avoid them, because most of the time you don’t have a choice. But when they are talking, nod politely and approve them. The more the better. 2. Usually they come with a superior attitude incorporated. That’s great, they think they’re the center of the universe.
I will resonate with most of you when I say : I love to travel. I love seeing new places, meeting new people and just breathing new air. It doesn’t matter if it’s a weekend getaway to a familiar city or a week long trip seeing three countries in a row. In
I guess the nature in autumn puts on a final show and then lets go of everything to take a break and then reinvent itself in the spring time. Is this a circle we should learn from? Should we clean out our lives more often? Some of us are stuck in time being always