I’ll keep this brief.
Although I’ve temporarily lost the blogging mojo, however; I miss blogging, or at least occasionally writing down my thoughts on this public space of mine.
So I’m back as promised. In one of my previous posts, I did state that I would step back from blogging a bit, just so I could put a few important things in place; which would then enable me the luxury of the time that it requires to update more often than I did in the past.
So let me briefly fill you in… Read More
In November 2015, I visited three of the Canary Islands, although I had previously been to Gran Canaria in 2010. There’ll be another post dedicated to this in the coming days.
I thought however to do a pre-intended review on Toro Bravo; which is a restaurant we visited a couple of times during our stay in Gran Canaria.
Toro Read More
I wish I didn’t have to take a pause from blogging and slow down the momentum as much as I did. The problem with slowing down momentum is… it takes a while to get it moving again.
I recently visited the breathtaking city of Oslo. Although I’ve been to Norway previously (mostly Drammen) for work, which didn’t involve any form of ‘touristing’ whatsoever; this however Read More
I had just bought myself an Olympus Pen 7 and decided that I wanted to see how it works with fashion and travel photography. I stumbled on www.ciaraodoherty.com, and as i was about to exit, one of her recent posts caught my attention, it is titled ‘No likes needed’. It not only snatched my attention, I was also introduced to a whole new topic for my blog.
Dove launches a #NoLikesNeededCampaign to help boost self esteem and body confidence in young ladies.
Dove conducted a research in the United Kingdom; which revealed that 6 out of 10 girls feel more prettier and confident online than in real life, especially when their pictures attract a lot of validation ‘likes’, which implies that – the opposite is the case when their selfies do not attract as many likes. Read More
There had been times in the course of my life when I dared not say, or at the least – consider myself a productive person, it was far from true and I dared not be caught uttering such gigantic lie. But things have changed as they should, and with the productive power of momentum, I took an Inspirational Shift.
When it has to do with creating momentum, there’s an absolute magic in the puny little boring steps! Great achievements are a combination of little steps. The tricky part is – These little steps are sometimes so tiny they have a tendency to appear Read More
I visited Stockholm for a meeting in August for a little over 24 hours. It was spontaneous and I only purchased my ticket 24 hours before i had to leave. I stayed at the Scandic Sergel Plaza hotel, but i didn’t find and book this hotel until i arrived at Stockholm Arlanda Airport 😀 . Nice 4 star hotel but nothing spectacular really, the staffs were basic and so was my bedroom. Read More