2022 was a busy year for me. I completed a GradDip in Applied Psychology, which with a full-time job (and family), was a full-on endeavour, and I didn’t read as much as I usually would. But books were/are my go-to sanctuary when I tuck myself into bed for the night, and I really only have one criterion – it has to be an enjoyable read. The consequence is that I move from book to book, and many of them, while I enjoyed them while reading them, I can’t even remember several months later.Read More
Morine necropolis is home to some 50 stećak (medieval tombstones) that are scattered all over Bosnia and Herzegovina) This location was where the rock for the tombstones came from.
The location is also called Svatovsko groblje (The Wedding Cemetery) among the locals.Read More
There was something about her picture that made me look. And look. Eventually, I took a screenshot of her picture ad pasted it onto my (virtual) vision board.Read More
The first and pretty much the only advice (the rest is just information) I can give about our experience with managed isolation is to be stoic about it. Recognize that for the next 14 days you are a prisoner in a light security facility. Read More
You are in a hotel. By yourself.
You get your food delivered three times a day. There is all the coffee and tea you can ever want.
There is a pretty shitty internet connection. A few channels on TV.
A perfect writer’s retreat, wouldn’t you say? Read More
On my 43rd birthday I had an idea – I should have my own blog.
In an act of Inspired Action, within three days I had a name, a domain and a host knowing nothing about how to build a Wordpress website. Read More
A letter to myself as a new mother. When the baby comes, I am sorry, it will be like the time you adopted a kitten and then took it back the next day.Read More
Mostarska Bijela is an easy hike. The route is well marked, mostly flat, interesting throughout. It’s end point is a deep cave with a waterfall! Read More
We had one goal for our weekend – to relax. And we were going to do that on Mount Rujiste by talking, walking, reading, and journaling. We thought we would throw in meditation or even some yoga. Yes, everything we can do to create a luxurious feeling of taking some time for our own needs in an affordable way.Read More
Writing is a part of me that will never be cast aside, as many of my hobbies get cast aside once I play with them for a while.
My writing life isn’t a hobby. It is what allows me to self-explore and make sense of my overly complicated, overly sensitive mind, one that needs constant grounding.Read More