2020 was a strange year, even for me who doubts I ever had a normal year. So, let’s look back at 2020, with some extra focus on December to also serve as the monthly wrap-up. And also some early 2021 plans – though, as 2020 has shown, it often feels like plans are good for only a few weeks, then you can thrown them into the trash can.Continue reading
Today, I’ll make an unusual post – a bit of ecology and a look at the struggling natural balance in the present time, as well as a look into the past and how it can be used in fiction.Continue reading
Here comes an unusual post from me: a look into how technology once considered out of Sci-Fi could help in the present troubling times, and some other thoughts on the current situation.Continue reading
With a year coming to an end, it’s time to look both back and forward. Let’s see how I did with my 2019 plans and what I’d like to manage in 2020.Continue reading
What do a good hike and a good book have in common? More than you’d think. While both can help you to drift into sleep’s embrace, they can both do the exact opposite – and that’s what I’ll talk about today.Continue reading
I am, since some time, avoiding the word “resolutions”. When it comes to my hobbies, instead of hard-set goals, I look at it and set some range of what I’d like to do. So, what are my plans for 2019?
After a while, I am making a post unrelated to books or hiking. Today, it is the transition from CEST back to CET in EU and, with it, the extremely annoying and no-good necessity to adjust my watches.
A small break from my writing-related posts. Instead, here comes one more nature-related. To say it up front, I always liked home-grown apples. What I like even more is home-made apple juice. 100% natural, 100% fresh, sometimes with a side of a wasp sting. Well, my grandfather has a garden around his house with several apple trees, even if some of them were cut down in past due to frail health.