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Hello August!

I just remember the beginning of summer, the feeling of having much time, the perception that everything is still ahead. Yesterday, I work up and calender indicated August, the last summer month. Things were slow and intensive at the same time, unpredictable, and surprising. Things didn't necessarily go as planned, yet, there were new interesting… Continue reading Hello August!

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Love Letter

I am keeping up the series of flashbacks. This time, I have a story for you from my childhood. I was in the first grade. Everything was absolutely new to me, new environment, new activity, and new people. There were so many things to learn. Among them, there was an issue of handling the attraction… Continue reading Love Letter

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‘If It’s a Destiny, We’ll Meet Again’

This story happened at least 14 years ago, if I remember correctly. I was young, and I was still learning how to communicate with men. At some point, I was very tough and even rude if I did not like the guy who approached me. My friends gave me some feedback on that, justifying it… Continue reading ‘If It’s a Destiny, We’ll Meet Again’

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Why do people blog?

I continue my 'philosophical' series by speculating why we actually blog. My day was not that productive, not much done and achieved. After some struggles, I thought 'Damn it, I gonna do something nice for myself, something I really like and enjoy.' And here I am writing a blog about blogging. I like expressing myself,… Continue reading Why do people blog?

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The Trouble with Russian Parents

Obviously, I am switching from being a travel blogger into a life blogger. In this post, I want to discuss the child- parent relationship. Indeed, a tough topic. On the other hand, I am not making a history as the generation problem has always been there. Parents do love their children, and I won't argue… Continue reading The Trouble with Russian Parents

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Moscow by a Semi-foreigner

Last year I devoted the big part of my writing to my childhood memories of the 90s Russia. So what about the country today? Russia is very unstable in political, economic, and social aspects. Everybody knows that, and I don't see any point rediscovering the common sense all over again. Instead, I will take you… Continue reading Moscow by a Semi-foreigner

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Happy New Year!

Should we make some conclusions regarding this year? Do you usually sum up the passed year? Do you make plans for the upcoming year? Please, write in the comment section! When it comes to me, I have to say that I did not really make either any conclusions or upcoming plans. I was pathetically moving… Continue reading Happy New Year!