Sometimes less is more

There is this girl. The girl next door. She lives just a few hundred meters away and yet I have never seen her before. Funny thing, how we tend to live in a bubble unaware of the world and people around us. Before meeting someone, … Continue readingSometimes less is more

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Youth and vintage

“The thing about being vintage is that it never goes out of fashion.”― Anthony T. Hincks It’s rainy Saturday. In our family, we have a habit of going to our old house every Saturday. We gather all together and work on the house or in the … Continue readingYouth and vintage

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Catching the Sunset

It is 7:00 AM. I am putting on a helmet and going for a bike ride. The air is cold and refreshing. Tires are lazily rolling on the tarmac while I am thinking about the evening. I don’t know Nika very well, she doesn’t have … Continue readingCatching the Sunset

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In the Rapeseed

Rapeseed is a very controversial plant here in Slovakia. It covers nearly 10 percent of fertile soil and it is considered to be a monoculture and sometimes even ecological hazard. Farmers argue that rapeseed is a great cover crop, cheap to grow with broad economical … Continue readingIn the Rapeseed

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Selling memories

People tend to buy postcards or magnets to remind them of vacations or travels. I was never fond of keeping items to remind memories. However, I am finding myself to be somehow attached to items of everyday use. I got this bike from my grandpa … Continue readingSelling memories

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