Pablo Neruda “Dies slowly”

Pablo Neruda “Dies slowly”

I came across this poem today, made me think of my own everyday life and -once again- work/life balance…    Pablo Neruda – Dies slowly He who becomes the slave of habit, who follows the same routes every day, who never changes pace, who does not risk and change the color of his clothes, who … Continue reading

One year with no music

One year with no music

I am generally a positive person. Lately though I have been feeling low, not sad, but empty. Nope, my life is only getting better. Yes I do work a lot but it’s not the first time in my life I have to work 10 straight hours. So what’s wrong??? I changed my phone. Went from … Continue reading

God is on Twitter

God is on Twitter

Today I found out that God is on Twitter 1.6 M followers huh? Not bad. Oh, He follows someone? *Goosebumbs* Who could that be???   Nooooooooooooooo! ◊ Vound – Meet the world’s creative voice network http://vound.co/ | Find us on Facebook and Twitter

I have a startup (sigh)

I have a startup (sigh)

Where am I ??? Oh… in my blog… It has been so long since I’ve been here I dont even recognise the place anymore! And did anyone paint my blog walls while I was away or where they always like this??? ~ I haven’t been blogging for like a year now and I’ve really missed my blogger … Continue reading

How to move the world

How to move the world

  . Airport lounge, after a long night’s hard work and I keep yawning with no mercy. Across the room I see a middle-aged woman dressed in airport colors, sitting by the check-in counter and looking at the flight screen every couple of minutes. She looks as if, somehow, she doesn’t belong here, strangely enough, … Continue reading

What you wouldn’t expect from a company

What you wouldn’t expect from a company

A few days back I got this crazy idea to order business cards (you know, cause I am a business woman -don’t laugh!) But of course, exactly because I am no ordinary business woman (really? Laughing again?) I wanted something special, something out of the ordinary, something to fit me. So I visited moo.com Do you … Continue reading

Meet Reload Greece

Meet Reload Greece

It starts with an email from my online friend, Elli Stamouli. It looks like a typical hello message + join our conference, but it turns out, it’s so much more. ♠ I live and work in Greece and I experience the financial crisis everyday. I won’t start complaining about long hours and small wages (really, I … Continue reading

International women’s day and I am pissed

International women’s day and I am pissed

WARNING: This is not a “nice” post. So yesterday was international women’s day, celebrating all the accomplishment women have achieved all these years. Like every year this day (and some others too, like Christmas) my facebook wall and private message board get swamped of inspirational messages and awareness games. “Add a heart in your wall, … Continue reading

Why paper will never go out of fashion

Why paper will never go out of fashion

There are so many internet tools and resources pretty much about everything, keeping notes, writing a book, maintaining a to-do list and so on. And I bet all of us always carry a smart phone, iPad, tablet, laptop, you name it. But when it comes to inspiration no one beats paper. (Well, maybe old lousy typewriters but that’s … Continue reading

New year’s resolutions #2014

New year’s resolutions #2014

It’s official, 2014 is here to stay! At least for 365 days… Awwww new year, how charming! New beginnings, new decisions, new resolutions…. same old me! (WHO IS OLD??????) ♠ So what do you say? Shall we go on and make a few new year’s resolutions? ♠ ♦ ♦ ♦ ~*~ Like every year, these … Continue reading

New Year is almost Here

New Year is almost Here

I just realised, I haven’t wished you guys a Merry Christmas! I am an awful person… obviously! I have a very good excuse though… I have been working out!!! Come now, don’t be harsh, it’s true! I am at the “repeat” phase as we speak! I hope you are all as “busy” as me having … Continue reading