There’s no travel without a proper Coffee Tour when I visit new cities. I was excited to come to San Francisco and see what’s waiting for me there. What I found was refreshing – coffee culture is smaller there than in London. Blue Bottle has eight spots in the city, but it’s not all of […]
The much awaited adventure of the summer has come true. After 6-months of planning, organising, and creating connections in city I’d never been to before, I hosted a book reading of The Girl Who Wanted to Catch a Cloud in a Marmalade Jar in San Francisco.
This year has been a breakthrough year in my writing. Since I published my children’s book The Girl Who Wanted to Catch a Cloud in a Marmalade Jar in late April, I started to wonder what people really dream about. Each book event gives an opportunity to discover one’s dreams in a different way. London In […]
One of my favourite coffee shops in London, Iris & June, is located in the heart of Victoria. Hidden behind the high street, it’s “serving the people of Victoria” Monday till Sunday. I’ve been to the coffee shop a couple of times during the workweek and it’s a buzzing place where not one seat is left […]
Rafael was my vert first intern. He joined me in November 2016 for half a year simply by writing me a message on Facebook. I was suspicious it his message was spam, but few messages proved me that he was a real person. Two weeks later, he became my intern, supporting me with my blog, content […]
After five months of work and managing an unreasonable publishing plan, the book is here. The Girl Who Wanted to Catch a Cloud in a Marmalade Jar is now available on Amazon as paperback and e-book and soon will be available on other major indie author platforms.
A coffee shop with their own roastery is something to brag about. There are a few gems like that and Coleman Coffee Roasters belongs to this category. Their espressos are so thick and creamy the spoon almost stands in the cup. In fact, it won a Best Espresso Award in 2016. I wish I could say the same […]
I love nothing more than having a great cup of coffee. Well, except for a wonderful, fine-grade matcha tea. Since I don’t have an espresso machine, high-quality tea is easier to prepare. And if you don’t know what matcha is, know that it’s your new cup of espresso – only greener.