Where is your home? Where do you feel most at ease, laid back and comfortable? Is it the place where you grew up? Comfortable and cozy in your familiar surroundings? Or is it somewhere far, far away from the environment that felt so close before? Could it be anywhere? Could it be nowhere? Where do … Continue reading Not feeling at home anywhere?
When I was little, I loved to read. 3-year-old me would even sit in our living room with a book in her hands “reading” out loud while turning the pages. Well, I couldn´t read yet, but I already pretended to do so as I knew all my favorite stories by heart and knew exactly where … Continue reading Why reading is so important
How come you always travel? How can you possibly afford that? Travelling on a budget is way easier than it might seem. Once you figured out where to cut and where to spend money, it’s easy to go to a lot of places without hundred-dollar bills in your pocket. The most important parts to figure … Continue reading How to travel on a budget
Yoga. A practice I didn’t know much about and therefore would consider boring not so long ago. A practice I will now go to India for. To become a certified yoga teacher and to learn more about the philosophy behind it. More than just stretching Until recently, I taught about yoga more as the mere … Continue reading How Yoga is changing my life
Recipe: Vegan Peanut Butter Curry Ingredients (for 2 hungry people) Curry 2 cups of dried soy 1 Zucchini 1 can of corn 1 onion 2 cloves of garlic ½ cup of soy milk 3 Tablespoons of soy sauce 1 Tablespoon of tamari 2 Tablespoons of peanut butter 2 Tablespoons of Chili sauce Curry powder Paprika … Continue reading Peanut Butter Curry with Butternut Squash
Interview with a girl from Tunisia Which country do you consider to be your country? Actually, I can´t respond to that directly because I consider both, Tunisia and Turkey, to be my countries. I was born in Tunisia, but I lived in Turkey for two years and I know their culture very well. People would … Continue reading “What? You have a computer?”
Interview with a Russian Girl Which country would you consider to be your country? Well, I haven´t been to too many countries to define it, but I was born in Russia, yes. And I like my country, I like the culture, I like the people and many things that I remember from my childhood. But, … Continue reading “The political situation in Russia is just sad”