Breaking the self-nihilistic spiral of me, me, me, people are able to accomplish wonders. This month’s two examples of positive news as part of the We Are The World Blogfest prove that.
Why do we think that travelling far is more worth it?
I usually organise my own travels. So when I’m entertaining the idea of travelling somewhere, I take my time to plan my time.
There are some magical moments in life – ones when you know you’re truly blessed. This time, a moment like this was brought to me by a deer herd.
April means it’s time for my favourite blog event, the A to Z challenge. Lots of connections, things to discuss, posts to write – buzzing! Are you in?
Today’s challenge is about randomness: 10 sentences with no connection. It was surprisingly difficult!
We are controlled by time.
While writing is solitary, it helps to know that others go through the same. That we try to learn and expand our comfort zones at the same time. That’s what blog challenges mean to me.
Kürtős kalács. It’s impossible for me to translate this typical Hungarian sweet that is still made by hand. Loved by kids, adults, elderly, it’s a traditional dish that made it into the 21st century.
It’s become a popular street food but it used to be made for big celebrations: weddings, baptism, important guests. So when you do eat one, taste the honoured welcome of the Hungarian foremothers. And enjoy!
Shadows by nature need the light. But they are scarier in darkness.