I did not have any vacation at the end of 2019, so 2020 came at a blink of an eye for me. I had to go back to work on the 2.01.2020, so we drove back to Varna very early in the morninng. What has happened during first six months of 2020 - let's breakdown the year month by month and check on my life updates.
What to offer as a present to a friend who loves travelling is a question that resonates over and over again when it comes to my friends' birthdays. People who collect moments and not things are difficult to be surprised especially when you want to offer them a practical travel present. As a result, inspired by all the presents for travellers I've already got, I decided to make a post about what to offer as a present to a traveller. I called my selection "The world is mine". Keep reading to know why?
I am a big fan of all kind of Bucket lists📝, 100 things to do before I die lists, books about challenges to tick and you name it. Thus, I also have a lot of notebooks where I write down things to do, goals to achieve, places to visit before I die. Most of all, these tools motivate me and make me happy every time I tick one of the things I've written down. However, one of the best "things to try" tools for me remains the book ”203 Challenges – travel the world and explore your inner self” by Maria Angelova and Ivalina Nenova. This is a pocket, travel size book that can be your travel mate on the road. It will boost you to go out and explore the world by just opening it on a random page.🗺🛫🚤
I am not a fashion victim and I don't follow the trends but the accessories, especially the necklaces, are my secret weapon to embellish every boring outfit. I am fond of the Scandinavian style - white shirts and T-shirts, black turtlenecks, unicolour outfits, and my ''signature spice'' that I add to this ''basic colour dish'' are the necklaces. When I am travelling I enjoy checking small design shops and local handmade markets and buy unique accessories to reinvent my wardrobe.