The Evolution of the Woman in Me

For my entire life, I was so proud to call myself a feminist. I understood this term mostly intuitively and the meaning of it was changing for me as I was evolving.

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The Art of Resurrection

Systematic, regular and consistent work seems to be the only key to being successful, whether we are trying to learn a new language, clean more or loose some weight. We know it yet we keep failing. Why?

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Take Me to a Fairy Tale

“Take me to a fairy tale. To a place where magic is as real and as unquestionable as the fact that Sun will rise everyday again. To a place where the Good and the Evil fight in their never-ending quarrel, just as here, but the Good always wins,” she whispered and smiled gently. As if she could see all of these magical moments at once.

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The Unescapable February Days

I don’t know if you are familiar with this feeling, but February days are for me, in general, very gloomy. And even the fact that it’s sunny outside usually isn’t helping. It is freezing, literally, for several weeks, the spring is within the reach of our arms, yet it feels so distant, after all those…

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Perfect Spots in Prague: Botanical Garden in Troja

Those of you who are familiar with my Instagram account already know how much obsessed I am with this place. Botanical Garden in Troja is situated just around the corner of Prague Zoo.

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Positive Diary #27 – The Leap of Faith

As we are returning from our daytrip to Krkonoše and I stare outside the window of our car, I cannot help myself but smiling.

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Positive Diary #26 – Having a decent job

19th January – On a super stressful day, when tasks won’t stop coming and I cannot wait to be five P. M., I love to complain. About the workload, about other teams, about my colleagues and bosses. But I tried to stop today and realize how lucky I am for working in such a decent…

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Perfect Spots in Prague: Klánovický Les (Forest in Klánovice)

A walk in Klánovice can be exciting on its own, especially if you admire old houses and villas from the beginning of the 20th century. The forest is huge, and you can choose any direction you prefer for your walk.

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The Ireland Trip: Public Transport in Dublin

Everyone who has ever been to Prague has to remember our sweet integrated perfect system of public transportation. For me as a person who usually traveled abroad only by car to sea or with organized school trips it wasn’t always so clear. I heard the scary stories about public transport in the US or in Newcastle from my college buddies but despite that, I still used to take the way everything works here as granted. Well, not anymore after my trip to Dublin.

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The Ireland Trip: Staying in Airbnb in Dublin

We found a perfect match on the periphery of Dublin but still on the red tram line in a quarter called Drimnagh. It was supposed to be around 30 minutes by tram from the city center and that felt completely alright for us.

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