Over a year ago I wrote a post ‘20 signs you are from Estonia‘ back on my old blog which went viral. The blog was translated to Estonian and posted on delfi.ee, where hundreds of people decided to comment on the context.
When I moved my blog, I moved the content over. Somehow it went viral a couple of days ago yet again – out of my control. It was translated to both Estonian and Russian and posted on postimees.ee
The post was for fun, having a laugh at the biggest stereotypes and originally was addressed at people who come from Estonia but no longer live there.
Continue reading “When a viral post brings 100s of haters”
You can live in the most beautiful city in the world, but with the busy daily routine, you might find it quite hard to enjoy all the cultural treasures right on your doorstep.
However, as soon as you have friends or family coming over, you know it’s the time to do some museum outings.
My cousin came to Oxford for a visit, which was a great excuse to go and re-visit the Ashmolean Museum.
Continue reading “When I re-visited the Ashmolean”
With the temperature going below zero, it is officially flu time – I have recently joined the army of people who sneeze and blow their noses all day long. Yikes!
When I was younger, getting ill felt like a holiday – you don’t have to go to school, get to watch cartoons all day, eat in bed, and when you come back to school you can easily slack off some homework for a day or two: ‘Sorry I was ill’.
Now that I am an adult I absolutely hate being ill. Why? For obvious reasons:
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My week started great – on Monday morning I received a box of meat, great quality lean beef, chicken and turkey from Muscle Food. 10 kg of meat!
Continue reading “How a box of meat made me happy”
The 2016 was met and celebrated @191 at our New Year’s Eve party.
We hosted a Time Travellers party and had guests from the past and from the future.
Of course, I got my selfie stick out. Continue reading “NYE Party selfies”
Hello and Happy New Year!
Today is Motivation and Inspiration Day, which is timed perfectly to talk about keeping up with the New Year’s resolutions.
The hangover is gone, so it’s time to get motivated and inspired for the coming year. I would like to share my resolutions with you. These aren’t the practical ones (I have a long list of them!), these are to keep my head up and stay motivated.
Don’t take yourself too seriously. No one else does. Relax, breath and only compare yourself to your past self. Continue reading “Motivation and Inspiration Day”