Category Archives: Fun

Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns

I am such a fan of this game as it is the first game I started playing madly in the recent years after a huge gaming pause. I bought it as a present to my boyfriend and since at the time I wasn’t working I had a level 80 character before he even started playing it. So, this awesome and very quirky MMO is getting an expansion soon which I hope is going to be some good end-game content. I’m not going to go over it in detail, I’m just sharing as it is something I am pretty excited about.

This is definitely a game that I recommend buying and if you follow it for some time you might get a 50% off of it. You buy the game once with no additional payments or monthly fees.

The best of the game in my opinion is its art, so check it out:

>>> GW2 Concept Art <<<

So, if you are a fan, drop me a message and maybe we could play together :}




I found this wonderful platform where you can purchase (and sell) things really quickly called

>>>Gumroad<<< (the link will take you to my profile!)

Unless I am retarded, I haven’t found an easy way to browse through all the galleries/profiles there, so I just chose to show you my page.

Gumroad provides the magical option of Pay What You Want business model, which is something I wholeheartedly support in general and feel really comfortable doing at the moment.

Pay What You Want lets the customer decide what is the value s/he gets and to pay you for it and I think this provides a safe space where you can try the product out and see if you are happy with it or not. If you decide that it pleases you, Gumroad provides you with the option to come back to the purchase at anytime and pay (more).


Or, if you choose to sell it for a certain price you can just add + in the end and let people give you this or a bigger amount.

As a whole the site seems smooth, with good support and a team that is really trying to make this whole project go big. I wish them luck!

As for me – if you have been reading this blog recently, you may know that I decided to pursue a career (in the distant future) in arts. But as of yet, I am not confident in my skills, so having some kind of exposure and still having the possibility to get paid for a drawing, sounds awesome.

My first product there: >>> A magical forest <<<

P.S.: Isn’t the name Gumroad just so rad!?

Bookmarks dump pt. 3 – Final

Blogs, articles and a few thoughts

I used to read (and write) a lot of self-help literature back in the day, here are some of the gems I encountered. I probably wanted to write about these topics myself, but I guess others have done a good enough job out of it, so I won’t waste my time.

  1. What is it that you want to do with your wild and precious life?
  2. Stephen King on writing
  3. Elena Levon – don’t remember why I have this bookmarked, but this lady is amazing – passionate, fiery and ecstatic.
  4. How to get everything you want in life
  5. Everybody deserves a broken heart – a lesson in courage
  6. 1000 awesome things – a project to enjoy life
  7. A great article on how to up your game
  8. Not Salmon – an inspiring and sarcastic self-help blog
  9. It’s not rocket science – a post about achieving your dreams
  10. 7 questions to ask yourself when you need some clarity
  11. 7 reasons why I don’t do free work
  12. Eat & Relish – I only remember this post and the pictures are great
  13. 10 ways to make your wedding fun (I’m not too fond of weddings, but I guess I’ll use this if I ever decide to have one)
  14. 10 wedding vows you won’t hear (what’s up with the wedding theme?)
  15. The origin of some idioms
  16. A non-romantic soulmate, a?

And some thoughts on a few other links I found.

On slowing down : I agree – multitasking is a lie. Take your time, put yourself into your work and great things will sprout.

On crying : I had a few very, very lousy years as a teenager and these were the years I did not cry. 5 long and tearless years. This was the article that unleashed it all for me and made me accept that I am not a logical machine. I am a sensitive human being. I get shy, embarrassed, hurt, scared and I cry on movies. I even cried at the end of Maleficent, because I was overwhelmed by the fact that I am watching it with my partner and listening to Lana Del Rey’s voice. Yes, crying is good for you – it makes you human.

On abundance : Give what you need and you will have it.

On loving everything all at once: Barbara Sher calls people like me “Scanners” – always searching and going to the next cool thing. Her antidote to the shame we feel about not sticking to only one passion is “Do everything and don’t finish any of it”. Best advice in my life.

On becoming a millionaire – sadly the link was broken : The main idea was to imagine that you already have a million bucks and now you have to keep it – how would you dress, act and make decisions? How would you feel differently? It was such a well-written article.

What you do every day matters more than what you do once in a while.

Count your blessings (3 or 5) before you sleep – this is how you signal your brain that being happy is important.

Try to show your TRUE self in front more people in your life and not just your best friends.

Useful links:

  1. Wunderlist – a productivity tool to manage your tasks
  2. Focus Booster – helping you manage your focus by timing
  3. Squarespace – website templates
  4. Collabfinder – find people to work with for your passion projects

Fashion and art:

  1. Wendy‘s lookbook
  2. Josefine Johnson
  3. How to corset properly
  4. Mensweardog
  5. Stanley Kubrick’s beautiful photos
  6. Enchanted dolls
  7. Cute posters
  8. A print I want
  9. Jen Zee’s art

Random bookmarks:

  1. Dreamy photography
  2. Free parking – sweet video about love and kindness
  3. DrifterRoller – a short clip about clashing the two sports
  4. 12 things my little brother said
  5. 7 websites to check out
  6. Idiotic barbie shots – totally sarcastic
  7. And a Barbie video
  8. A funny list of small life hacks
  9. Bulgarian communist monuments

Crazy Bookmarks?

Today I decided I will do a major computer cleanse. I sorted out the huge folder of pictures into folders and archives, cleaned a huge pile of random files and now I came to the bookmarks.

I don’t know if anyone else does that, but I constantly bookmark and download things that I, sadly,  never return to.

I don’t understand why I keep thinking that I will have more time “someday” to actually sit and enjoy the gem I found if I can’t do it now. Or that I will have the energy and creative resources to use this information in some way.

So, what am I supposed to do with a huge list of links I may never even need or have the time to read?

Worst of all when I know there is an upcoming Windows update doom upon my shoulders…

Just dump them on you in hopes that they will turn out entertaining to someone.

  1. Endless roads – a beautiful film about girls longboarding
  2. Setouchi photography
  3. Street Art Utopia, including one image from my hometown – 
  4. A blog-project to do one kind thing everyday – I bookmarked because I thought that maybe I will do something like that as well, but I guess not – Allspunout365
  5. An interesting article about how our hearts actually influence the world around us and are key to a happy and healthy life. The site offers other good articles as well – The Coherent Heart. I used to read it a long time ago, so no guarantees.
  6. Elizabeth Gilbert’s TED talk on genius.
  7. Shawn Achor TED talk – the happy secret to better work
  8. J. K. Rowling‘s commencement speech.
  9. A classic library. Online. Free. Just go.
  10. And another one. More specifically I was trying to read Anna Karenina. Never got to that part, at least I watched the last movie.
  11.  More classics.
  12. A girl’s look on keeping the perfect wardrobe and giving the answer on “I don’t have anything to wear” issue.
  13. Audrey Kawasaki‘s art. Dreamy, elegant, sexual.
  14. Funny and short life lessons from reading 200 books.
  15. Why life should be more like baseball?
  16. Old trains photography