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More Pregnancy Things

As I am slowly reaching the end of my pregnancy – four more weeks to go (only!) – I wanted to document the last few months before everything turns upside down. Body This week, week 35-36, I am slowly starting to feel like pregnancy is taking toll on me physically. Until now, I pretty much […]

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The Story Rarely Told

The story from my childhood that I rarely tell to anyone is the one when my house burned down when I was about 12 years old. It has a not so cold December evening, maybe 10 days before New Years or so and I remember sitting in the kitchen with my grandmother having finished my […]

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All The Pregnancy Things

I am now entering the third trimester of my first pregnancy and wanted to document here a bit some thoughts and feelings before the time flies by and I completely forget how it all feels like. Pregnancy is definitely an interesting state that brought a lot of changes for me. The biggest change for me […]

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Vegetarian Way Of Living

Around last October, I decided to stop eating meat. It was not a momentary decision but rather a gradual transition. It has been more than a half of a year already that I am doing this. Did I see any changes in my health and do I feel better? Here comes my personal experience. Before […]

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A Month of Yoga

Normally I run – this is the way for me to clear my head and come back to my routine with the fresh mind. Since it is usually cold and snowy in Canada almost until the end of April, I run in the gym starting in October and until mid-April or beginning of March. This […]

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Glitter In The Books

I hate shopping but there is one place that I could be wandering around for hours – bookstores. I usually pick up many books, look through colourful and attractive covers, glimpse inside the book and skim through. Once I am in the bookstore, I get lost for hours – here they all are: exciting, mysterious, […]

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On Runner’s Mind

I run what seems a lot to people around me – around 30-40k per week. I get questions about running often but the most popular one is “How do you run so much?”. I always answer that even if you run a lot, you have to jump over your own “I can’t” every single time. […]

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On Superpower

Last week at the Grand Meetup (you can read a bit more about what it is and why it is happening here and here), in my public speaking class I had to do a short talk to answer the question: “If you could choose one single superpower, what would it be?” Although things like being […]

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On Depression

It is a scientifically known fact that some of the humans are more susceptible to depression and anxiety than others due to the genes that one has. Unfortunately, I belong to those who are physiologically more inclined to depression which means that despite everything being great, some days I wake up with the great feeling […]

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