Style

Don’t Let Likes Censoring You

1. June 2017

I wish we would, for at least one month, live in the world with no tools for the traffic and popularity measurement. No likes, no analytics, no SEO metrics. All the publishers, journalists, photographers, bloggers, youtubers, actually all the content creators and even their audience would have no idea what is popular, how many likes the certain article or picture has got in the past. What if we had no tool we could rely on, but our own taste and opinion?Β  During that period, we wouldn’t remember anything we know so far about “what works on the social media”.

Why it would be interesting? I tell you.

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Travel

The Day at Tropical Island

19. May 2017

At one of the Canary Islands, rather southwest part of Lanzarote, between the hills and the ocean, there is an oasis spreading. Bunch of the white-blue low-rise buildings surrounded by extensive land. It has everything that has ever been created by both, the nature and the man, to make holiday desiring people feel relaxed. Tall palms, cactuses, exotic flowers and large swimming pools all around. All of that framed by the majestic mountains. Continue Reading…

Style, Travel

Date with Vienna Part II

15. April 2017

Great city should have the same qualities as a charming companion. It must be able to get one’s attention, inspire and, at the same time, challenge and amuse. Sometimes it pampers us with its glory, next time it trips at our feet, when least prepared. Continue Reading…

Style

Date with Vienna Part I

3. April 2017

Vienna. Spring. Sunday. Rain. Can you imagine that? I hope you agree that the spring rain, in a beautiful big city, is one of the most attractive and exciting things. Wherever in the world I experience that, it’s a memory that lasts. Because, let’s be honest, spring rain is HOT.Β  Continue Reading…

Style

Let Your Inner Wolf Growl and Bite

28. March 2017

Freedom, as they say, is not something we are given automatically. It must be demanded and people do have to fight for it. We don’t even have to think about the big politics to be sure it’s right. In our everyday private life, we make hundreds of small decisions.

They can either free us or put us into something we don’t want, often just to satisfy or please other people. Mainly because we don’t have enough energy or courage to resist, or simply because we want to be accepted at all costs.

I believe that, in this respect, each of us willingly, and many times unconsciously, give up part of our own freedom. If it happens occasionally, can be nearly harmless. But the more often we ignore our own desires and instincts and don’t do what feels right for us, the less free and authentic we become. What appears is the faded, unhappy and dependent version of ourselves. Continue Reading…

Style

Mr. Trustworthy

15. March 2017

Is there anybody, who has never wished to have a loyal, smart, respectful and foreseeing helper? You know, a Mayordomo of your house or a personal driver, whose responsibilities and abilities extend far beyond driving you from A to B. Maybe someone like Doug Stamper from House of Cards, before he became a bit too awkward. Continue Reading…

Style, Travel

My Holiday Alter Ego

28. February 2017

What can be a better opportunity to discover new corners of our own personality, than holiday? New places, new climate and people almost require us to add a bit of freshness to the our old ourselves. Continue Reading…