Monday, 11 November 2019


1. & Other Stories £120 2. & Other Stories £75 3. H&M 129.99zł 4. MANGO 89.90zł 5. H&M 279.99zł
6. H&M 129.99zł 7. H&M 299.99zł 8. MANGO 139.99zł 9. Woolrich £185 10. Massimo Dutti 449zł
11. Massimo Dutti 399zł 12. MANGO 139.90zł

November weather can be overwhelming. When it is grey and gloomy outside, the wind is going crazy and the rain is pouring from the sky, the only thing we dream about is burying under the duvet without even tipping your nose out. If we could, like bears, fall asleep for a long time, I suppose November would be a month to bypass. Unfortunately, it is not so good and even on such days we have to face everyday challenges. The perfect way is a properly selected outfit, and what could be more accurate than a warm sweater that will provide us with comfort and warmth for the whole day? Retailers are competing in the offers of thick sweaters, turtlenecks with beautiful weaves, so there is really something to choose from. I have prepared for you a short list of those sweaters that I personally liked the most. In this selection, you will find a large variety of both cheaper sweaters and more expensive ones, the composition of which is more or even completely natural.

Friday, 1 November 2019


The summary of the month always gives me some kind of reflection. Preparing photos for this series, I can always look back over these past weeks and analyse how much has happened. I also realize how dizzy the pace of time is and that you should enjoy even the smallest things that happen to us every day. Most often it is these small activities such as morning coffee or evening with the loved one surrounded by long conversations about everything and about nothing that build our greatest happiness. I am very grateful for these past weeks and everything that happened. With even more optimism and excitement, I look forward to these November days and the changes they might bring :). But before it comes and these beautiful colourful leaves fall off the trees for good, giving way to winter, which I hope will visit England for a moment - I invite you to summary of last month and a whole lot of photos from these everyday moments.

Saturday, 26 October 2019


You either like autumn or you don’t. The weather conditions outside especially later can overwhelm. Even now, when I write today's post it is grey outside the window, it is raining and a terrible strong wind is blowing. Such weather is perfect to hide under the duvet and sleep through the day, or possibly watch another episode of the series on Netflix. However, I assume that there is no point of fighting something that we have no influence on, and in addition it comes back to us every year. Over the years, I have developed my proven methods, which even when I feel that horrible mood common for autumn (although this happens extremely rarely, because as you know I love autumn) they make me feel better.

Friday, 11 October 2019


Time in recent weeks’ flies inexorably fast, of what best evidence is today's post published on the eleventh day of the month instead of the first ... I don't know when it passed, so forgive me, this little slip in your favourite cycle of the month :). Looking at what happened in my last weeks, apart from constant organizing our flat, not much happened, but by some strange accident I collected quite a large number of photos from which it was difficult for me to choose the ones that I thought would not be too boring. No longer dragging this introduction, I hope you are sitting now with a cup of hot tea (I don't know what it is like where you are, but it is raining outside my window and all I dream about is to bury myself under the woolen blanket and absorb the next lines of the book), which will make the summary of the last month more enjoyable. I invite you cordially!

Sunday, 29 September 2019


Travel articles are much easier to write, because the experiences we bring with us and the emotions that accompany them, write elaborations themselves, which we are often unable to reproduce on other occasions. However, before I started writing today's post, I looked at the one that appeared on the blog two years ago (we also went to Zakopane - the blog post can be seen here - link) to read again the text with which I surrounded a series of photos from those few days. The emotions that accompanied me at the time were quite different, but the joy of being able to appear in this place, I feel was the same. Given my altered state, the route itself was quite a feat. The road to Morskie Oko although covered with asphalt, which would seem that overcoming it is a piece of cake, is tiring and took us twice as long as last time. My feeling half-way can therefore be compared to what Donkey from Shrek had when they drove to Fiona's castle: "how far yet" has become one of the most frequently occurring sentences, but I must admit that my husband's forgiveness turned out to be a medal: ).

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