Warning: This one in a million boy broke my heart in a million pieces. If you haven’t read this book yet, get out of here and just run to your nearest bookshop, cause I think it’s better not knowing anything about its plot. Well, for those of you still here, we are going to talk about Monica’s Wood novel. She’s telling the story of an 11-year-old … Continue reading Book review: The one in a million boy (Monica Wood)
Happy new year everyone! January was always an inspirational month for me, I see it as a fresh new start. And a new beginning always starts with good music! So there is a fresh new playlist for you to love and get inspired from.. Enjoy. 1. Human – Rag’n’Bone Man 2. Renegades – X Ambassadors 3. Say My Name/Cry Me A River – Martova 4. Breath me – Sia … Continue reading January’s songs
Come on, if you have exams at this time of the year you know exactly what I am talking about. This is the best time for a new distraction:) But even if you aren’t a student and you are bored to hear people talking about the same series over and over again, this post is for you. Here I have 2 recommendations for this January, … Continue reading 2 series to keep you from studing this January.
Be kind and gentle to everyone. Mother Teresa said that peace starts with a smile. Give it a go. Encourage other people to be the best version of themselves and be honestly happy when they are. Jealousy can only make you unhappy so just don’t compare yourself with others. Everyone is unique and that’s the interesting part in human relationships. Learn to forgive and move forward. … Continue reading New year’s resolutions: 10 steps closer to clean your soul
One more year is coming to an end. I don’t know how much you did like 2016, but for me, it was one of the most inspiring years of my life. So now, my intention is to inspire you for the next year coming, with a variety of indie music. Grab your christmas cup of coffee, get under your blanket, and travel in the most … Continue reading December’s songs
In my recent trip to Turkey, I discovered something that I rarely find in European countries…VERY nice food! It’s well-known that Greece and Turkey share a lot of similar dishes, and maybe that’s why I thought the food was delicious. But honestly, if you ever find yourself in Turkey, I can recommend some very nice traditional dishes that you should taste. Shall we get to it? … Continue reading 9+1 unusual Turkish dishes you should try in your next trip to Istanbul
I know I know,I am late.. November is far behind us, and our houses smell like Christmas these days, but I couldn’t leave you without my November’s music favorites.. I hope you’ll love them as much as I do. 1. Moby & The Void Pacific Choir – Are You Lost In The World Like Me light 2. Massive Attack, Azekel – Ritual Spirit 3. Irene Skylaki … Continue reading November’s Songs
I read somewhere that October is the perfect pause between the opposite miseries of summer and winder. I don’t agree. For me October is very sad, is the confirmation that my beloved summer is over.. And I can not deal with such a tragedy without music. So here there are, my recommendations for a good October’s afternoon (as good as it can get)! Grab a cup … Continue reading October’s songs
“Welcome to the beautiful Sinclair family. Noone is a criminal. Noone is an addict. Noone is a failure.” I don’t know if you ‘ve already heard anything about this book,but the reason it caught my eye was all the mixed reviews I had read on the internet concerning it. So even though there was not a version of it translated in my mother language, I … Continue reading Book review: We were liars (E.Lockheart)
As you know, Greece is really famous for it’s islands. That being said, you should also know that spending more than 5-6 hours in a ship is a summer greek tradition, in order for people to visit all these beautifull islands. Specifically, three times a year, I travel alone for almost 10 hours, with a night ferry boat, in order to go to my beautiful Crete. For … Continue reading How to spend your alone time in a ferry boat trip!