Internet is a huge source of inspiration and lots of people have plenty bookmarks with favourite websites. No surprise I like myself very much posts full of interesting links, so I decided to share with you my inspirations from all over the world. I hope you can find here something new and something what you like:
First is my latest music discovery a singer from Norway, of course :) very young and very talented Aurora. Watch and listen this:
Second, all the Oscar nominees for 2019. My favourite is Cold War!
Staying in the movie theme, here is a series which made me for the first time to stay and watch until 2:00 a.m. in the morning, Sex Education excellent dialogues, sense of humor, actors, costumes, house on a slope and cycling to school :) Just watch it if you still haven't yet.
Attention! Attention! Do you struggle with paying attention?
The good news is that scientists are working on a way to train your brain to block out distractions, see Mehdi Ordikhani-Seyedlar on a very interesting talk.
Food. January is really tricky with keeping healthy balanced diet so I often check what Ella cooks and the sweet chilli dip is my favourite sauce!.
In my inspirations I can't miss out mentioning anything about books and this is just great. How many of us buy books base on the cover? Do you know that book covers in the UK and US can be totally different and it is so interesting to see which book is which, I'd probably never buy in the US if I'd judge only by its cover:
- Still in the literary theme, a restaurant in the library. I dream to visit Moscow because of it :).
Some favourite reads from 2018 by Helen from A Bookish Baker.
Do you care too much about job? That's not healthy, try to change it and read this article by Gretchen Rubin.
For a good dose of humor and bit peak about Norwegian life follow Ørjan Burøe.
Have you heard about The Secret History by Donna Tartt, but still haven't read it? read my review and read this book, it will stay with you forever!
Finally don't miss out my review about a book which open your eyes on Korean immigrants in Japan Pachinko by Min Jin Lee.