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It feels like I haven’t written a post for a while… To be precise, since 30th June.  So instead of going on about something serious, like why feeling confident is so important and why I think our appearance, clothes etc. pays a huge role in that. I decided just to tell you a bit more about what happened in my life since I’ve came back from Dubrovnik. I know you all know, but I loved Dubrovnik so much and would highly recommend to visit if you haven’t been yet.

So, we got back from Dubrovnik on the 27th June, and I was feeling on the edge of breakdown, as I had so many things to do, from the new project I’m running at my telecoms job to loads of emails from brands and PR’s regarding various projects.  And oh don’t forget to keep instagram going as otherwise your following and stats start going down. So yeah, it was quite a lot. I’ve also attended a few blogger events. Which were all interesting and fun. You can always follow what I’m up to in a day on my insta stories.


On the 9th July I went to Lithuania for a week. In that week I’ve visited my parents, other relatives, friends, went to Palanga, which is a seaside resort town in Lithuania. My friend and I had probably the best massage ever at Vanagupe Hotel, Palanga. We have visited winter garden in Kretinga, the place I’ve never been before and I was really impressed how beautiful it is. They also have a cafe in the middle of the winter garden, so if you are going there you need to try their homemade signature cake. It was top and the waiter was really friendly and helpful. Weather wasn’t the best as it was raining quite a lot, but that didn’t stop us. We visited Tiskeviciai palace and park. And don’t even start me on all the amazing food and drinks we had. Basically, it was like mini holidays while on holidays. If you have never heard of Lithuania or never been there. It’s definitely a nice place for a weekend trip to visit capital city Vilnius, or my home town Kaunas. And you definitely have to visit beautiful seaside towns: Palanga, Kretinga, Nida.

Kaunas castle, Kaunas
Street in Kaunas Old Town
Vytis, Kaunas
Winter garden, Kretinga
Winter garden cafe, Kretinga
Tiskeviciai palace, Palanga

I had a fab time in Lithuania. But I was responding to my emails just before the plane took off to go back to UK. So I didn’t have much time to think or recover from a good time I had in Lithuania, it was straight back to work. This week I was still playing a catch up, but things are moving to the right direction and I’m very excited about all the new projects and opportunities that’s coming.

Next week on my blog I’ll be talking all things confidence and why it is so important.


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