Of course, it all starts in childhood. I was a very stubborn and opiniated child. This was a problem for my mom. Firstly, in Soviet Union, people were simply not allowed to think differently. No wonder, that my mom inherinted this fear like many other in the country. Secondly, she wanted to have authority, thus,… Continue reading Being Nice Never Pays Off
This is a story from my early childhood. I was around 3 years old. In those times, we didn't have smart phones and computers were a luxury. This meant that my parents wrote letters to my grandparents. Sometimes it took months for a letter to deliver, since the post was not a fast service either.… Continue reading You Can’t Write
Happy New Year, my dear friends! I am sending you the best wishes, though with some clear delays. I have to say that the last year did not go as planned, but it was still better than 2019. Yes, in 2020 I had some complications, and yes, like I was afraid, some people left my… Continue reading Happy New Year!
One cultural experience which I wanted to share already for a long time - hairdressers. Living in Russia, I got used to the particular way. I always had long hair, and I always wanted to keep them long. I hated the visit to the hairdresser because my goal was to cut off 1-2 centimetres of… Continue reading Russian Vs. Finnish Hairdressers
Have a peaceful and relaxing Christmas! ❤️🤗
I am not a cleaning frick, yet, I consider myself as a neat person. My things are categorised and easy to find. This means that I hardly ever can find something missing or in a wrong place. Just before Christmas, I decided to go through stuff and throw away unnecessary things. I found that there… Continue reading Secret Life of Socks
I can't say I am a big fan of cheeses like one of my friends who can't spend a single day without a bite. Yet, I enjoy trying different flavours from time to time. These days, we have all possible options in the shop, from cheap and simple to expensive and extravagant. Some have gentle… Continue reading Story about Cheese
Although this Christmas is going to be the weirdest in centuries, the city is beautifully covered with lights.
On August, 16, I decided to go for a 30-day blog marathon, while going through a terrible leg pain. The initial idea was to post every day, thus, the expected final day was September, 15. Since things never go as planned, there were 2,5 months delay. Today is the final post, where I write some… Continue reading Day, 30. Challenge is Over