Category Archives: Miscellaneous

Self-analysis snippet

I’ve already mentioned that reading Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life changed me, made me better at interacting with other adults, however, I have to admit it also broke me in some ways. For example, it made me realize that I … Continue reading

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The Expat Experience

I left Romania almost four years ago. I know, how time flies, right? I have no plan to return to Romania to live there when I am old and grey. There are many reasons why I left and if you’ve … Continue reading

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2022, here we go!

I’ve been thinking about writing something about the year that is now gone. I usually list all my achievements and all the nice things that happened and try to make a list of things I want for the year to … Continue reading

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Being born guilty

If you’ve read this blog for a while, you know that I was raised by an overly catholic mother. The consequence of this was low self-esteem, guilt, and lack of sexual education. The consequences of those were many and … … Continue reading

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Sometimes…

Clarification: this entry was written a while ago, just did not felt like posting it at the time. Somebody asked me today if I feel lonely. I’ve answered this question so many times, in so many ways, but my heart … Continue reading

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Christmas Giveaway

It is again that time of the year, when I free up my house of the books that I get for free from my publisher. Usually, I give them to friends and family, but the pandemic has put a dent … Continue reading

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The Great Disconnect

One of the modern life paradoxes is that although we are all more connected than ever via our smart devices and the internet, however at the same time we are disconnected than ever. Having a connection to other people in … Continue reading

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