How To Set Goals and Transform Your Life in 2021

In the beginning of the year, like most people, I set my goals for 2021. A few months in and I've accomplished two of the biggest ones- move back to London and get a job. I also filmed a YouTube video covering all the things that I'm doing to get the best out of this … Continue reading How To Set Goals and Transform Your Life in 2021

Post-Graduate Struggles: My First YouTube Video

I have wanted to start a YouTube channel for as long as I can remember, and a couple of weeks ago I finally pulled the trigger and did it. In my first video, I decided to vlog a day in my life post-graduation and share the highs and the lows *THERE WERE A LOT OF … Continue reading Post-Graduate Struggles: My First YouTube Video

The Best Vegetable Gyoza Recipe

Over the holidays, I decided to make some vegetable dumplings and they were some of the most delicious things I've ever tried, so I decided to share the recipe with you guys. INGREDIENTS (makes about 10-15 dumplings): The Dumpling Wrapper (or you can buy from store): 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour (300gr)1/2 tsp salt2/3 cup … Continue reading The Best Vegetable Gyoza Recipe

Things I’m Grateful for in 2020

Being Able To Be Home While if I had to decide where I was going to spend this year I wouldn't have chosen to be back home with my personal belongings in another country, I'm also so grateful that I had a place to go. I know so many people who didn't have a home … Continue reading Things I’m Grateful for in 2020

Healthy Breakfast: Vegan Pancakes with Cherry Compote

To say that breakfast is my favourite meal of the day would be an understatement and unlike most people I'm very much a sweet breakfast kind of person. Throughout this year I've developed quite the interest in cooking and trying new things, so this weekend I tried a new pancake recipe. I can honestly say … Continue reading Healthy Breakfast: Vegan Pancakes with Cherry Compote

Let’s Talk About It: Racism

I have so many thoughts and feelings about this, but I had the fear and still do that I might say something wrong (which I probably will, so correct me if I do), especially as a white person, who's grown up in an Eastern European country where, while very much present in the everyday life … Continue reading Let’s Talk About It: Racism