(7 mins read) This is a little post with my plans for 2021. One is starting s Book Club on Nonfiction! Happy New Year!
(3 mins read) This is a post of how my week went and a little bit on my thought about how we’ll be spending Christmas. I’ve also included a big eyed photo of us from the walk we took earlier today.
(10 mins read) This is a post about my process for planning for 2021. It’s about how and why I do it. I hope it inspires you to reflect about 2020 and think about what you want to make happen for yourself in the new year.
(10 mins read) I was about to write a post about the magic of Friday evenings. I am very fond of them and I just figured it’s time for a chilled, warm feeling post. Somehow, I managed to get to my tips to combat procrastination. I could revise the post and change it, but this is how my mind works. I got more philosophical by the end. Have a great week!!
(7 mins read) In this post I write about what I miss about my life before covid. It’s something that surprised me, actually. I miss other things too, but I focus on this one small thing that made my life better. I also mention how I organise my to-do-list; sorry, I just can’t help it.
(5 mins read) Am fost pe Tâmpa cu Liviu, fratele meu, și-am făcut mai multe poze cu toamna care se apropie de final. Scriu despre cum este să am un frate și arăt cum se simte toamna asta la Brașov.
(7 mins read) I’ve ended October by carving a pumpkin. I tell the story of why and how I did it, as I hope this marks the beginning of a new family tradition.
(7 mins read). This is a post about my father. It is a sad post, as he is no longer with us. It’s been 10 days and I’ve never before went so fast from smiling to crying in my life. I wrote a few words and posted a video at the end. My biggest takeaway? Live your life now!
(5 mins read) An update and a book recommendation. Read the book and tell me what you think!
(10 mins read) I write about the power of autumns [and Tuesdays] to start something new. I believe it’s a great time to take on a new adventure and to start something we kept postponing. The year is not over yet and it’s still time to make 2020 be a better one.