Reinventing Summer

This summer is not like any other, but it is real, and it is here. We cannot afford to loose it. Not being able to do the exact things we did last year, does not mean we should not do anything. Finding new ways to spend the warm days is the current direction; finding new ways to structure days, to do things, to let go of the old, and reshape ourselves.



Not Enough Time To Do What You Love

I always thought of myself as a writer. In the back of my mind I constantly hold an idea of one day being a writer. Only if I had more time, more resources. But when I actually do have free time, do I rush to my laptop and start typing? No. There is always a million of other things to be done. Are those things more important? Not really, no. But I continuously look for something to occupy myself with. To avoid writing. And I tell myself that I have to do those other things because they are on my list, even though I was the one who created the list. Sitting down and writing wasn’t on top of it. And I couldn’t understand why I was doing it. Read More

Longboarded Monster

During isolation I started feeling locked up in my head. It feels almost like I am loosing touch with reality. And honestly, what is real anymore? I know the ocean, and the boardwalk, and my board are real and that’s good enough for now. Read More

My White Reflection



He was the biggest illusion of my life

Someone I so desperately wanted to be

Someone I never could be

Only I already was

Without knowing.

He was my deepest reflection

My hope for myself

Myself that drowned

And needed air

He showed my deepest desire

He was me.


***Please note, this photo is an artistic expression only. I did not jump off the cliff and do not recommend it to anyone.

Who Am I?

Deepak Chopra said we need to ask ourselves every day “Who am I?”. Who you are at the core is not a label. It is not your profession, status, level of success, gender, or a current role you’re playing, such as wife, daughter, etc. Who we are is beyond that. We are the essence of existence and creation.  Read More


According to Joshua Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus ( there are 5 most important areas in our life that comprise a meaningful life: Read More


Sometimes you just need a little color.

Boston Gates

To shut the door to the outside noise may be the hardest thing, as the world pulls you ferociously in many directions. But once you shut it it will become quiet. Then you can hear your own world – yourself. Read More