First thought: let me check the facts. Wikipedia supported this statement, but it's not always a reliable source - you must go deeper. In 1975, Jack Hetherington and F.D.C. Willard published a paper together in Physical Review Letters. The paper is an influential view into atomic behavior and has been cited multiple times, but only… Continue reading When a cat has done more with it’s life than you ever will
The world went crashing down around me. My pain became overbearing and nothing mattered anymore. I was broken, everything was broken and he took my happiness with him. I dig deep - I can't find any left inside me. I stopped writing. Everything I could say was filled with anger and negativity. The black river… Continue reading Getting back to life after the break up
This morning I stumbled upon insightful TED talk video. To go straight to the business, my wow moment happened here: The speaker gives a great example to illustrate what this means: "How many of you want to win a lottery?" - everyone raises their hands. "How many of you have bought the ticket in the… Continue reading How to get what you want?
Who said these words? Leo Babauta. Just in case you wanted to know. It's weird. This is a quite obvious statement, but my head is so cluttered that I cannot come up with new concepts, ideas, pretty much anything. I've read tons of articles/books about time management, self improvement, communication and building friendships, ways to… Continue reading Blogging is a form of meditation. Dealing with my current issues
I proudly stated that after I quit my country, my job and moved to London there wasn't a single time I woke up in cold shivers or petrified about what have I done. Let me make sure, I still don't regret. I am happy I made this massive change in my life I never thought… Continue reading First mental breakdown in London. About love and fear
When things go wrong, my first thought is: "I was being too happy and too excited. So it is my fault because I was too happy". Isn't this crazy? I believe this came from my grandmother who always taught to expect the worst and then be happy if the worst doesn't happen. Heh, nice way… Continue reading I don’t need roller-coasters. I have my life for that.
Ya know, this is a new territory for me. I still can't believe how safe and good I can feel with a man. I feel I escaped psychological domestic violence, although there was never violence. But now I am like a hurt animal who can't believe how nicely a man can treat me. How crazy… Continue reading When “me” becomes “we”
No man knows what does it mean to wake up in the blood bath and wash your bed sheets while you are still groggy and need few more hours of sleep. Coffee? No way, it will cause you roll in pain even more.
I feel like I am recovering from a weekend spent in sickness... When you have no job, weekend's definition disappears, but this time it hit me hard like a bronchitis with fever, cough and zero energy, this time, emotional energy. Suddenly I have no goals and nothing makes me happy. There's nothing in the world… Continue reading Loneliness is a disease
After I quit the crazy diet, I satisfied my chocolate cravings. And later satisfied them again. And again. What I noticed after that was pretty amazing. Eating "cleaner" for just a few days helped me notice the negative effects on my body so much easier. I am more "in tune" with my body, I hear… Continue reading I had sugar and now I am tired. Random lonely Thursday thoughts.