on travels, food, friends

 University of Essex, Spring 2017 We keep pretending that we do things for ourselves when in reality we keep deceiving ourselves in doing things because we feel obliged. We think we’re entitled to our parents because they provide us with everything since we are born, to our friends who keep up with us, and without… Continue reading on travels, food, friends

like water for ideas

There’s a weird light shed on absence, A sort of intriguing masochism moving your days in this constant crave for finding yourself, your place in the world, a meaning to your days. But what if this morbid hunger was nothing but a mere distraction from the bigger picture, from real things you miss along the… Continue reading like water for ideas

london // silhouettes, shoe soles and improvisation

Do you ever feel trapped – the air getting thick every breath, the streets and the silhouette of the faces walking by so familiar you could draw them eyes-shut? Do you ever have the feeling of something missing, like before closing the door behind you in the morning and quickly making a list of all… Continue reading london // silhouettes, shoe soles and improvisation

amsterdam | on improvisation, getting lost and found

I'm not quite sure if it's because of the weather messing around with my days, of the lack of sleep or the compensation with caffeine, but improvisation seems to be flavor of the month and there's nothing more exciting than not knowing what's there at the next corner you turn. I've been living in Amsterdam… Continue reading amsterdam | on improvisation, getting lost and found

unroot and water again

Amsterdam | April, 2017 It is said that once you set free from the roots chaining you to a place, then everything else will follow. Sure, not all will turn out to be long sunsets and open bars - but if you're ready to experiment a bit, you'll realize how much there's out there to be… Continue reading unroot and water again

it’s all about choices, isn’t it?

It’s not always easy to make choices, you keep asking yourself if you’re doing the right thing or not, and you can’t really know for sure until you took the shot and can’t go back. Back when I was a kid, I heard multiple times adults say “stop complaining, you’re just a kid without a… Continue reading it’s all about choices, isn’t it?

toulouse // la ville rose and a great thought on happiness

I wouldn’t define myself a religious person, but I do believe that some random causes and effects influence the way our lives are shaped. I used to think that being superstitious was a form of ignorance. I still think this way, but I can’t help putting some things I can’t explain in the hands of… Continue reading toulouse // la ville rose and a great thought on happiness