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Rethinking Bali times

"Changing realities while moving from one side of the world to another for me is like 'I just wanna stay in my room for days'. To digest the transition and be well prepared for a ever green question: "How many... Continue Reading →

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  It was a rainy autumn, but when we reached Munich sun greeted us generously. At that moment we knew we just want to be outside and enjoy the colorful time of the year to its fullest. SUN IN AUTUMN... Continue Reading →

Holiday fever

I've skipped quite few Christmases at home. On the white sand under the palm trees I did forget a little bit about magic winter idyll and sometimes just muddy magic. First tropical Christmas I did not have any problems, but... Continue Reading →

Shake it off, dear Bali

Graysonsisters team Coming back to Bali I became part of Graysonsisters online magazine team. My position as digital editor enables me to explore new levels of creative writing. Having editor-in-chief always available to cooperate is giving me fresh experience of... Continue Reading →

Juicy: shifting to (almost) sugar free diet

Sugar addicted My grandmother was a rock star! She kept chocolate in her bedroom, in the only closet with a key. For me and my brother and for herself, of course. "Grandma, do you have something sweet?", was a question,... Continue Reading →

Nusa Penida: life is all about fishing

Life separates us from our friends many times. It even hinders us to think about them too often. But they are here, although we do not know where exactly. We do not hear about them, almost do not think about... Continue Reading →

Post work rehab: Maribor indulges us

Few days ago Polona ran into a grandmother of her hairdresser. She is 80 years old and well know peddler who is still heroically cultivating her garden and selling veggie goodies. Chit chat about life took us to Chinese cabbage... Continue Reading →

Munich: ‘Lucky charm button’ project launch

Someone gets excited over soap operas, others over delish beef soup or blooming pelargonium flowers on the balcony. Each has their own trigger, which brings fire to persons life. It often happens that those triggers differ greatly from each other... Continue Reading →

Austria: seasonal work behind the scenes

Seasonal work in Austria is similar as Big Brother. Without the Big Brother. You spend most of the time in the same building, with the same people, doing the same work all day, every day. In between you are pushed... Continue Reading →

Food mood: juicy support for hard worker

I was writing about hard work already. The latter is coming to an end and I swore to myself I’m not doing this kind of seasonal work in Austria again. It has been half a year since I’m polishing all... Continue Reading →

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