Minutes spent listening to music on Spotify - 65 292 Books read - 11 (twice as many as last year, ayy): "Helter Skelter" - Vincent Bugliosi, Curt Gentry"Chaos" - Tom O'Niell, Dan Piepenbring"American Predator" - Maureen Callahan"The Laws Of Human Nature" - Robert Greene"The Midnight Library" - Matt Haig"Mindful Compassion" - Paul Gilbert"Peak Performance" - … Continue reading 2020 in a(n empty) nutshell
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.
As 2018 is approaching fast, here is a little bit of statistics from my 2017. Rocktoriins in Tallinn attended - 14 Rocktoriins in Tartu attended - 12 (according to FB. Should be more...but nobody knew that I came...) Books read - 8 Plane flights taken - 6 (to Germany, Italy & Belgium) Nights spent in ho(s)tels - … Continue reading 2017 in a nutshell
Of course, there are times when I go against my own beliefs, but I really try to stick to them and often have to remind myself of what is important. Negativity is not worth your energy. You only have one life to live, so make the most of it. There is literally no point in … Continue reading 10 beliefs I stand by