Who doesn't like the pancakes? Right? I only know two types of people. Those who like the sweet version and those who like myself prefer unsweetened ones, that you can eat with various curries, spinach, grilled vegetables and hummus. Yum! This recipe is tested, quick and foolproof. Ideal when you are hungry but too tired... Continue Reading →
..believe that If you really want to do something, do it NOW.. start from today, not tomorrow, not next Monday nor New Years. Believe in your success and do not procrastinate..
Long journey, complicated work project, hiking very high mountain or writing a book – there are many difficult tasks in our lives, that seem challenging to complete. Why some people achieve unbelievable things, while others just sit and watch? How to get things that seem so complicated done? The obvious answer to this questions is:... Continue Reading →
“Wow, so you’ve spent in Bali almost four months, is it really a paradise island? Does it really look like on the pictures in tour operators catalogs?” Many people asked me exactly the same question, so I started to think about it and analyze what I saw and witnessed during my stay in Bali. Surely... Continue Reading →
WHY I CREATE, I (not really) ALWAYS HAVE, I ALWAYS WILL.. I always enjoyed photography, since I remember I made up and told stories (mostly to myself), I tried to draw a bit, I made jewelry… and then at some point in my life I stopped doing most of those things. I did design and... Continue Reading →
So I’m back home from my Bali journey. It’s been amazing three and a half months, I’ve seen and experienced a lot and damn.. living in tropics is just awesome. And here I am sitting under the blanket, looking outside the window at the tree outside my house loosing the last of its yellow leafs... Continue Reading →
Sometimes, no matter how much you plan and how good your plan is, you end up in a place that was not on your original travel route. Despite of their popularity amongst tourists Sanur and Ubud were not included in my Bali itinerary, but since we left Amed and didn’t yet know what to do... Continue Reading →
According to my experience the capital of Malaysia is one of the most vegetarian friendly cities in the world. When it comes to food, it is also one of the most interesting places where influences from China, India and Malaysia mix and compose amazing fusion cuisine. Moreover people are accustomed to the fact that everyone... Continue Reading →