Who would have thought that 2020 will start with a pandemic outbreak? No one (except those who have created it). We are living in extraordinary times, where anxiety and panic spreads faster than the virus. Everyone worries about their parents, grandparents, kids, jobs and their finances.
First of all, I want to apologize for being MIA in February. I dedicated my time and attention to my family and working on future projects, which requires stepping out of the comfort zone and making good choices with lot of focus on details. I know you’ve missed the ‘What To Read’ post the past two months, so today I want to share what I read in January and February.
While past two months were good months of reading with lot of new inspiring books, here are the five books I would suggest you to read now:
I have always been seduced by its architecture, art and the beauty from every angle. No doubt that there is something magical about this city. However, when I’ve visited it for the first time, my food experience wasn’t the best. Why? Because I wasn’t well informed, and I didn’t had an idea where to eat and drink.
No matter what your profession is, getting along with your colleagues is
a wonderful thing. For me personally, making blogger friends wasn’t easy. I
went through lot of different periods, since my blogger career has started in
back to my latest series, #WellnessWednesday in the new Wellness & Health
category, where I highlight how I celebrate my personal self-care in everyday
life. For today’s #WellnessWednesday post, I want to share my wellness routine
and how my self-care routine looks like.
On last travel post, I blogged about best things to do in Venice, Italy. But before visiting Venice, there are few things you should know what to do and not to do when visiting Italy’s most unique city.
Many of us experience seasonal hair loss during fall and winter months.
It’s upsetting to look at your hair brush and see your hair falling out.
However, some extra shedding in the months leading up to fall or winter is no
cause for panic.
Few weeks ago, I met my favorite person and role model in natural cosmetics business, Mrs. Christina Wolff-Staudigl. She was so kind to show me her personal secret, how to treat hair loss naturally with essential oils.
Venice is one of my favorite cities in Italy, and one of the world’s most romantic cities (before Paris). Its stunning architecture, unique bridges, colorful streets, the gondolas floating across picturesque canals. Ah, I will never stop loving the ‘City of Water’ Venice.
Although Venice is a small city, there is still so much to see. Most of people plan just few days to stay, therefore I have created a short list of my favorite experiences in Venice.
Nowhere are balls celebrated so majestically and splendidly as in Vienna, and this tradition has continued for many decades. Viennese Ballsare the most glamorous annual galas and a high-key social events. Many international celebrities from the world of culture, art, business, politics and sports attend the Viennese Balls to celebrate the night with the orchestra of Vienna Philharmonic, Vienna State Opera and the Vienna State Ballet.