SeVeN Favorite Links And Articles for Spring

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Pablo Neruda had written that one can cut all the flowers, but he cannot keep the spring from coming. For blogging, please allow me to paraphrase it; no matter how many flower pics we add on our blog, we cannot bring the spring earlier.

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11 Useful Articles For Your Spring Capsule Wardrobe

One of the things I believe is difficult to do nowadays is to define how many clothes and what kind of clothes we need in our closet.The common thing I hear from my friends is that despite the full of clothes closets, they have nothing to wear.  I would call it as the syndrome of the collector. We can’t leave the clothes that no longer fit us, literally and metaphorically, but also we can’t stop buying new. It is remarkable to read that we now own 120 clothes when in the decade of 1930 women had in average 36 clothes. I would say that my closet surely has 100 clothes or more and I usually wear less than 50 of them.

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SeVeN Inspiring and Useful Links For Father’s Day

Photo credit: Pixabay Shakespeare wrote that it’s a wise father that knows his own child. Thinking vice versa, how much do we really know our dads? Despite our thousand and thousand discussions, I believe that there is still more room to know, to learn and understand.  These are my favourite articles and links for this special day: ••• What Father Does Best by OP-ART on nytimes.com ••• This Dad’s Pictures With His 3-Year-Old Show Just How Hilarious It Is To Be A Father on buzzfeed.com ••• Top ten books for Father’s Day on telegraph.co.uk ••• The Importance of Fathers in the Healthy … Continue reading SeVeN Inspiring and Useful Links For Father’s Day

SeVeN Favourite Links And Articles for Blossoms • 03.29

Follow me on Facebook • Google+ • Bloglovin’ It’s the right time for blossoms and trees in bloom. Even in the big cities where buildings and cement prevail, no one can pass beside a blooming tree without have a fleeting glance at it. And, of course, not all of them are cherries! When I started my journey to photography I had this strange belief that every tree with beautiful pink or white blossoms has to be cherry tree! I was quite ignorant of nature and flowers back then …  Spring Plum Cherry Blossoms by Papanikolaou Joanna on 500px After noticing the differences between the trees I … Continue reading SeVeN Favourite Links And Articles for Blossoms • 03.29

SeVeN • My weekly review of favorite links and articles 03.15

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It’s a quite busy Sunday and this week will probably be very busy, too. I guess you have the same feeling as the Easter holidays approach. Fortunately, I found the time and I managed to complete my weekly list of favorite links and articles despite the time pressure. I hope you like them and find them useful and interesting!


I. 18 Struggles Of Having An Outgoing Personality But Actually Being Shy And Introverted by Brianna Wiest on thoughtcatalog.com

This is one of the things that always puzzled me. I don’t know if it’s possible to have an extrovert personality although you are shy. But many things written on this article really match some of my thoughts and feelings. That’s why I included it to my list in order to share the idea of this possibility no matter how bizarre it sounds. What do you think? Could one be outgoing and introvert at the same time?

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SeVeN • My weekly review of favorite links and articles 03.08

  Although this week had started with hot sunny days promising a spring full of beauty and glory, from Thursday the weather turned our days back to winter; dull and cloudy with unstoppable rain. That’s OK as long as we can stay home with a cup of hot coffee in our hands and near the fireplace. Did you know that the average number of thoughts that our brain makes is 70.000 per day? I read it this week and I stayed speechless. Where my rest 69.950 thoughts are hidden? At least with this weekly review, I can keep a track … Continue reading SeVeN • My weekly review of favorite links and articles 03.08

SeVeN • My weekly review of favorite links and articles 02.22

Another week has passed rich in information, inspiration and creative moments! I had a short trip to my hometown and fill up my SD card with new captures. Day after day I will upload them gradually. Yet, today’s post is for my favorite links and articles. I. ‘What   You   Can   Say  Instead  Of   ‘I  don’t  feel  like  it‘ by Leo Babauta on zenhabits.net I’m definitely a moody libra, trying to find the ideal conditions only when I have the perfect matched mood. So, I often procrastinate things I shouldn’t, even the smallest one because I don’t feel … Continue reading SeVeN • My weekly review of favorite links and articles 02.22

SeVeN • My Weekly Review of Favorite Links and Articles

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Life goes fast everywhere… I hardly manage to read, see or think something and the next moment something else pops up. So much information and so little time rethink it!

SeveN” is my new way to keep a track of things that I read or see during the week and worth sharing. It’s Sunday after all, recharging and relaxing, at least most of the time! What is better than a Sunday morning cup of coffee and an interesting article?

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