Time spent listening to music on Spotify - 88 917 minutes Festivals attended - 2 (HRL & Dour) Books read - 5: Mark Manson - "Everything is Fucked" Matt Haig - "Reasons To Stay Alive" Adam Haslett - "Imagine Me Gone" Connor Franta - "Note To Self" Chase Jarvis - "Creative Calling" Trips abroad taken … Continue reading 2019 in a (tough) nutshell
I used to be the person who wanted to have nothing to do with Tinder...until I realized that it is not that easy to meet new people if you spend 90% of your time hiding inside your apartment. Sure, you can order food and attempt to trap the delivery guy in your premises, but who … Continue reading Would you swipe left or right?
2018 has passed and left me with...contentedness. It was a year of full-time working and attempting to be an adult, but mostly failing and falling in every sense. I developed an allergy that I never had before. I wish I had traveled more, I wish I would have listened to my body more and I … Continue reading 2018 in a nutshell
"Music is the strongest form of magic." Today marks the 50th birthday of a man who, I might say, guided me through my teenage years with his music, art and performances. 10-12 years ago I was most definitely not a social being, on the contrary, it was difficult to get any words out of my … Continue reading Brian Hugh Warner
My dear sis made her 30th birthday into a magical role-playing party and in need of a costume, I decided to go for the obvious choice in my case - white, sparkly and real graceful. Who dares to argue? It all started with a sketch of how the dress should be made: Very...very clear, yes. … Continue reading Bringing your inner fairy out.
You know how sometimes you go to Germany, meet a local on Tinder, go to a birthday party in a skate park with them because they are nice enough to invite an Estonian creep (and you're a reckless piece of shit), get a little carried away and find yourself at their place at 7am, realizing … Continue reading “How are my socks doing?”
If you know what this means - props to you, my friend. Most do not. I've enjoyed watching YouTube for around...8-9 years now. Obviously, I was not the most social teenager, but I found comfort in watching strangers sharing their lives with the Internet (and with other kids that didn't have the guts to go … Continue reading V.E.D.I.F.