May 6, 2020

The first couple of weeks of change felt good. I did spring cleaning, re-organised my drawers and folders, and prepared for a then not yet announced "stay at home" time.

What did I do in the first month of quarantine?


I started with a 7-day liquid cleanse during which my daily intake was:

  • 2.5 L of purified water 

  • 1 x BIG glass of celery + apple + cucumber juice 

  • 1 x BIG glass of orange + grapefruit + ginger juice

After the juices I continued with bentonite clay detox. I took the healing clay internally twice a day for 2 weeks. It tasted horrible! 🤢 I newly found out that clay is a powerful antibacterial agent. Being highly charged with negative ions, it will naturally bond with substances that have a high positive charge, such as viruses and bacteria. In the case of viruses such as E-Coli, Staphylococcus Aureus, MRSA, and others, clay molecules literally surround the viruses, suffocating them and preventing them from reproducing or getting fuel. Thus, the vir...

March 19, 2020

We don't know anything for sure and this is what freaks most people out. The news in the media are not reliable (has it ever been?) and we are unsure of the reasons and facts around the virus. Is it a conspiracy theory, a media/ political distraction or accident? We will never know. What we know is that feeling fear, anger and frustration over not knowing the truth will weaken the immune system and with a weak immune system we are more prone to catch the virus.

It's okay not to know. Let it go. For a fun inspiration listen to the Frozen song by clicking HERE 

We are used to be told what to do e.g. what medication to take, what to eat, what to wear, where to work, how to behave, how to survive etc. in order to feel insecure enough to give our power away into someone else's control who are doctors, managers, politicians, bankers, brands, wounded family members, commercials etc. We believe that people with perceived authority know better than ourselves. We allow others to think for ou...

February 1, 2020

Long time I have been wanting to write the follow-up post but I have turned fully focused on my studies and have no brain capacity to write... or I am just looking for excuses. I crave time away from the screen of my laptop - as I study online I spend a lot of time sitting in front of it which, I admit, I don't favour. I prefer less time in front of my computer and more time out in nature moving my body and connect with people and animals where ever is possible. I also feel a lack of inspiration to write. The winter is hard on me. I am a summer girl ☀️and the dark, cold winter in Hungary has knocked me out. I am one of those zombies who are just a pale confused thing (am I dead or alive?) with a clouded mind. Not dangerous, just slow. I am not even hungry in Hungary. I guess my energy level has dropped too. By now I have completely lost my tan and faded into one with the old white wall. Feels like my heart stopped. But it hasn't, of course. I however have developed a rigid tightness fe...

November 13, 2019

I was all three (nanny, au pair, babysitter), but not all at once, throughout the past 10 years of living in London and during my recent travels so I am aware of the different responsibilities the labels come with. I, however, was not prepared that my new family didn't know or didn't care about it... I couldn't tell. 

I traveled to Denmark to be an au pair for the summer season. The position would have lasted for 5 months, starting with a 2-week-unpaid-trial-period of which I was not informed, and eventually I chose to leave after 6 weeks. As soon as I found out that a) I was not paid for the first 2 weeks (and because it was not discussed), b) my contract said "Service job" as my job title,

c) and the family had serious dust allergy of which they forgot to inform me on the interview I thought I was gonna take them as seriously as they took me to discuss these issues.

In my video below I talk about what I do as an au pair in Denmark and seemingly enjoying my time...

May 22, 2019

Welcome to the land of trust! I'm staying on the island called Læsø in Denmark where nobody locks the doors of their homes and cars. They even leave the car key in the car day and night. There may be other social aspects and habits I will discover with time but the key situation was the first I learned of. 

The second was that the bus service runs for free on the whole island for both locals and tourists. And the third thing was that there is a spa in walking distance from where I will be living in the next few months.

The municipality, Denmark's least populous, covers Læsø and neighboring small islands for a total area of 114 square kilometres, and has a total population of 1,793 (2017).

There are only 3 towns on the island: Byrum, Vesterø Havn and Osterby Havn.

Læsø has the most hours of sun in Denmark. ☀️ 

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7 islands 7 chakras

Click here to buy the book inspired by my Canary Islands journey. The book contains selected photos and introductory information on the chakra system and its importance in our body. 


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