I can’t believe it’s finally happening. I am so excited to show you what I’ve been working on for the past few months. The rumours were true, I was up to something. If you want to see a story behind my launch and all how I made my presets, read on!
Winter is a great time for travelling. Not many people travel in winter and that brings so many benefits. Firstly, the places you’re visiting will be significantly less crowdy than in summer, which is a peak season in most of the destinations.
Since my last blog post about where to go in autumn has immense success, I decided to make a winter edition. This time, all these places are in Europe. If this blog post will be as successful as before, I will definitely make an US and Asia version too.
But firstly, I’ll tell you something about travelling in winter. It’s harder to pack for a trip in this (although magical) but crispy cold season. You will definitely need a coat or two in all of these destinations, as well as an umbrella and some warm tights.
Everyone knows what New Year resolution is. We are all in some way making them, voluntarily, or not. New Year is a very special date in our lives, we understand the change and feel that we need to portray it on ourselves.
The desire to accomplish something or to change an undesired trait or behaviour is strong by the end of the year, or actually by the end of a cycle one feel most comfortably with. For me it is my birthday and start of a new school year.
To stop smoking is one of the most common resolution along with saving money, getting healthier or just exercising more in general.
Even though all these are undoubtedly very desirable objectives, 80% of resolutions fail by February.
And here’s why.
Imagine this. Green leaves turning into the most beautiful shades of yellow, than orange and finally bright, vibrant red.
However, this doesn’t happen in the same time at once. The process is very individual in each tree. This way autumn makes one of the most beautiful scenery there is.
Autumn is amazing for travel. It’s not as cold in winter, it’s simply not as hot as summer and the nature give the place the unique beauty that can’t be replicated. If you want to see where to travel this season, check out this post right now!
If you’ve ever been to Prague, you’ll know what to expect. Beautiful and picturesque architecture with a hint of borocco and gothic styles mixed together. Lots of tourists, boozy vacationers and beer that’s truly cheaper than water.
However, Prague isn’t just that. It’s much more than just Charles Bridge, astronomical clock or Wenceslas Square. There are many gardens and parks inside the city centre, which are totally touristless. There are stunning artistic memorials and other hidden gems in this central European city.
If you love autumn as much as I do, you surely cook various special meals that have autumnal theme. My personal favourite in autumn are soups, such as Hokkaido soup, or any other pumpkin soup.
Soups are mostly healthier options to our meals, even though it mostly depends on ingredients. However, many great benefits comes from the fact that soups are hot. For example, whe you feel like some illness is coming your way, just eat a bit of hot soup and chances are it will help you.
There are many amazing pumpkin soup recipes, and of course I haven’t tried every one of them, but I believe this one is one of those simple ones. Read more!
Apartment decorations are something proven to influence your psychical state of being. It can affect our mood, productivity and our ability to think positively. Autumn is that kind of a season that often doesn’t make our minds happy and content. I mean the weather is pretty bad, it’s raining often, everything seems grey and desaturated.
That’s why it feels so good to think about how we can make our place warm and sort of distanced from the weather outside. Just imagine coming home to a place with concrete walls, no furniture, strong minimalism style and cold colours.
Read this post for more autumn decor ideas to make your place extra cozy and warm.