10 July 2016


what is happening : am i posting a recipe?

actually yes. this is something i've been drinking in these hot days which'd be otherwise unsurvivable and i gotta say i became kinda obssesed with it so i thought it could might be a good thing to share.
it is super tasty, easy to make and it doesn't even have any sugar in it. check it out:

you will need:
- green tea by your choice
- a lemon
- a cucumber
- elderberry syrup (not necessary)
- and water

first you have to make the tea: use whichever green tea you like (did you know green tea's are great for you metabolism and helps your body digest better?) and put it in the fridge to cool it down. cut 2 or 3 slices of lemon and 3 or 4 slices of cucumber and put it in the glass. as soon as your green tea is cool put it to the lemon and cucumber, add elderberry syrup. (you don't have to use the syrup at all if you don't want the drink to be sugary at all) and voila. you're done.

be sure to make a lot of the green tea - as soon as you finish the glass just add the tea (and the syrup) again and you have the glass full once more. keep the tea in the fridge so it's usable even in 2 days after you've made it.

hope you'll find this good because i sure do.

1 July 2016


do you ever meet somebody on the streets and think like: ''that's such a coincidence!''
- here comes my theory; it is not a coincidence.

it is literally meant to be. just as all the other things that happen to you unepectedly. if you drop your phone in a toilet it might be a sign to stop risking so much and or to start something new. if you meet somebody you haven't seen in a long time on the street think of what he'd said to you because it might be something important for your life and could change loads.

well, the thing alone won't probably change anything. you dropping your phone could also be caused by the gravitation and because your fingers just sometimes get clumsy BUT if you think about it in this way: the little things we sometimes seem to let go or just not notice could lead to bigger changes that are maybe exactly the thing our lives had been waiting for.
coincidences just don't exist.

think about it.