It appears my blog has been hijacked by the male version of myself. It took me almost a year and a half to finally mumble out the name of my blog to my other half. I have expected laughter and mocking, but like always he was a perfect gentleman and loved it – not only that, but he decided to write a little something something himself. Smitten as I am, I thought it was absolutely brilliant, but it is the first time he wrote something, so if you think it’s s*it, just remember – I am the one that approves the comments 😉 . However if you do agree it’s brilliant and potentially better than mine, just remember – I am the one that approves the comments. 😉
As promised for the Slovenians wanting to move to UK out there, here is my two cents on “soft landing” in the UK. Beware, this is not the story of how I woke up on a bus in Zone 6 after a crazy night out, this one is extremely boring.
I wanted to make it easy for me – as easy as possible. There was a Slovenian travel agency that offered me that. They suggested Britbound to me. Unfortunately, they have done more damage to me than good. As I am saying this – please mind, I am writing this from a perspective of a Slovenian citizen. Our flatmate is Australian and they have been super helpful with helping him.
When I first started sharing my thoughts on this blog, I was working for a Health & Wellness club. I loved my morning routines, I loved my healthy eating, I loved my exercise routines. I was simply loving life.
That is what initially made me want to write a blog. As I have grown, I realized I want to do so much more – as time passed by, the posts have gotten less and less often and suddenly there was no more posting. Almost 2 years later, being almost a chef at this point, I was sitting on the couch with my fiance and said I wish I could read through my memories and remember the feeling I had at that point. He suggested a travel journal. I thought of my blog – not only it is a nice reminder for me, but hopefully something can inspire YOU.
Hey guys! What’s up? 🙂 I’ve been super busy – I’ve changed the colors of the blog myself (I am so proud of myself), though there are some things that I must add, but I have to work on that. Baby steps. I also spent some time by the sea (without any internet at all). I have to say I loved not having internet, I spend so much time on the computer at work, my eyes are slowly turning really red. 🙁
If you’re a food lover… this entry has nothing to do with food. 🙂 Let’s start with something… I suck at schedules. I finished working between 20 and 21 and I was up till 1 and when I finally finished this entry, it was already Thursday. More luck next time Nastja. -.- How do you like the new theme? I love it, I just want to change the colors… I asked for a “girlish” look and this is what I got. It’s like a teen rave party, but we’ll fix that, let’s just make fun of me until. 🙂 I decided to write about our country, because I want other readers to get to know our country and see it for something more than Slovakia. Because it’s not Slovakia. Seriously, it’s not. Just stop. 😀 I am a lucky girl, because I love sports and I work in tourism, so I get to see a lot of places. Being away has made me realize what I have at home. I am going to talk about the places I’ve visited and the ones I loved. There are many more and also – I only picked some. Not everything can fit in one post – we may be small, but we have a lot to show. 🙂
Hey there! 🙂
It’s been a busy week and it’s about to get even busier.. The reasons for that are; I have a few more exams that I have to pass (don’t judge, I have twice as many as others), I was away for a few days and I also got a new job which I absolutely love. I love learning new stuff, I love having a job that actually is me and not like other student jobs I’ve done… But it takes a lot of my time and I will be spending most of the days working. That is why I decided that I will only post once a week from now on. Except sometimes when I’ll have more time. I like Fridays so you can guess which day I chose to be the lucky day.. That’s right, Wednesdays. :.D
Hey guys! Greetings from Fara, a small Slovenian villiage on the border of Croatia with 3 roads and 10 houses! Absolutely no bars, no shops in the area or anything.. Anything! But I guess that’s the thing that makes it kinda special. 🙂 Those of you who know me, know I go to University for sports and we are going to spend the next few days here, pretty much doing sports all day.Today, we were climbing, rollerblading, cycling and paddeling on a sit-on-top kayak on the river Kolpa while it was raining (which was really cute if you ask me, but most of my classmates didn’t like it 🙁 ) Unfortunately I do not have any pictures because you usually fall in the water and I didn’t want to risk that. 😀
.. BROCCOLI? I actually know the answer to that, everybody was once forced to eat broccoli and I wasn’t. And I kinda hate having to admit this, but I really love it. I tried making everything from it – soups, lasagna, souffle… It’s getting out of hands. It looks horrible though… definitely not like something you would want to eat. I see it more as a bush or a tree. Weird. 😀 I call this the “SALAD” even if that makes absolutely no sense.. 🙂
…Who’s there? Lettuce. Lettuce who? Letucce in and we’ll tell you.
Now that’s a fine example of a bad joke, I am so glad that I can say I did not made this one up. But it is food related, so why not? 😉
Where have I been? I have been saving myself from failing. It sucks. I also decided to move out of my apartment and do something I’ve always wanted, but that’s a story for another time… For now I solemnly swear I am up to no good! Just kidding, I have plenty of good stuff to share with you and I swear I will post so much you will wish I would stop. Not posting for so much time, was also a good thing for me (MUST READ; I promise not to do it again), because some people were really angry with me. I mean REALLY angry. It’s always good to know there are people out there who read your blog.. 🙂