Some weeks ago I found this message in my fortune cookie: Pray for what you want, and work for what you need! After reading it, the thanks for nothing feeling was sweeping through me, pulping in my veins ever since, so I decided to bake my own misfortune cookies that will contain messages against humanity. […]
Since holiday this year means replacing the windows in the apartment with days of endless cleaning after, I decided to go back to my happy place for an imaginary vacation through drawing. When we were kids, we spent 10 days in the heart of the Bakony mountains every summer, camping the hell out of nature. […]
Recently started to use drawing as therapy to get out of this thick bowl of shit I’m stuck into these days. When I thought I can’t get any more personal than this, here comes another drawing, inspired by the anthem of my love life from Santigold called Never enough.
Daily commute has a lot of drawbacks: smelly people, more smelly people, smelly people rubbing shoulders with you, smelly people stopping you from catching the bus… but it definitely has one advantage, I have more shower thoughts on the metro than under the shower itself. Lately, I’ve been feeling so empty, that sometimes I cannot […]
Last week I wrote about putting together a list of the things that define me. I was in a really bad mood yesterday, so to absorb my negative energies I started to make a visualization out of it. I don’t think this could get any more personal, so I can only say: Hey, there! This is […]
Last week I finally received Mari Andrew’s book (not sure to mark it as treasure or golden), Am I there yet? and it got me thinking a lot about myself. There’s a section where Mari listed the things that define her and I sat down with a pen and a notebook to collect all the stuff […]
When I need some time to relax, I usually go surfing on Etsy to discover things I want like crazy, but won’t ever buy because the shipping fee costs more than the product itself. When I so this mug I had the same feeling, but after contemplating for a couple of minutes, I said to myself […]