The Rhyming Tales of Mimi The Moon Princess – Book Review

Image I wonder how many books you read lately have given you the feeling that you are back to being a child. Before I read The Rhyming Tales of Mimi The Moon Princess, I couldn’t think of any. The illustrations, the story and the rhyming (oh! The rhyming!) – everything about this book made me... Continue Reading →


I wonder why we are so keen on not disappointing others, but we have no real issues with disappointing ourselves... It really takes a toll on us, doesn't it? Have you noticed how easy it is to just find excuses or get over the fact that we didn't do what we ourselves planned to? Let... Continue Reading →

Comfort vs. Growth

What do you think of teens these days compared with your own self, back in the day? Have you thought about it? Are you able to assess how things have changed since you were young and life was filled with books and atlases compared to tablets and smartphones? It's amazing how lazy children have become.... Continue Reading →

Monkey see, monkey do

We tend to blame people for imitating others, but when it comes down to it, isn't life just that in the beginning? We imitated the adults when we start walking. It's not like they sit behind us and put our feet one in front of the other. Or take laughing, for another example. No one... Continue Reading →

Respect me first. Love me later.

Don't say the words. Show the feeling behind them before anything else. What do I mean by that? Definitely nothing as trivial as what love apparently is these days. I am talking about respect. Hardcore respect. People say respect is not a given. Instead it's earned. That's true. It's also true that if you want... Continue Reading →

Growth and Change

Growing together means nothing more than being part of your partner's change. That's why we are so surprised of how someone changed when we meet them after a long time. It's only because we didn't witness their change throughout the time we weren't together. We don't always grow, but we do change constantly. Being next... Continue Reading →

Show it if you mean it

If you say you're excited, I'll believe you *if* you're going to show it, too. If the behaviour doesn't match the words, then questions will pop into my mind. 🧐 Don't y'all feel the same?... Lately so many people say with the straightest of faces "I'm sooooo excited to do this and that". How can... Continue Reading →

Routine = Expectations

When you do the same things the same way every single day, you know how your day is going to unfold. I am not talking about planning your day. That's something totally different. I mean doing the same things every day, in the same order. Routines are good. They give us a sense of comfort,... Continue Reading →

How do you feel love?

Thoughts provoking prompts: Where do you feel it? You say the words, but how does love feel like for you? Is it cerebral? Do you feel it in your chest? Do you feel it in your gut? Is it mixed with gratefulness? Does it make you feel powerful? Does it make you feel vulnerable? Does... Continue Reading →

Where we assign value

Money has value because we assign it to it. Without us saying "money is worth this or that", there won't be anything to it, right? I was thinking about what money is and I realized that it might just be just a physical quantifiable measurement of time. Years don't count, because you can't see years,... Continue Reading →

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