Day 1095: Safe Place

The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

What makes a place safe, for you?

That was a topic of discussion in a therapy group, yesterday.


There were lots of ideas shared, in that group, about what makes a place safe enough. Here are some of them:


Even though it’s not perfect, my workplace is definitely safe enough for me these days:

Even when it snows, I feel safe enough in Boston.

Despite my many scary experiences in hospitals when I was a child, I feel safe enough in different hospitals, too.



I hope that last image (from Tufts Medical Center, where I get my medical care) is making this place safe enough for a  New Year’s Eve sing-along.

After three full years of blogging, WordPress is definitely a safe place for me. Thanks to all of you for making it so!

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Wonderlost Wednesday: Berlin

Wanderlust: Becoming a Traveler

For six months this year, I lived in Berlin. Here, I took advantage of every free moment there was from writing my MA thesis to explore this lovely metropolis with all its delights. However, even having lived in Berlin for a longer period of time, I don’t feel as if I’ve explored and experienced it all – however, that’s just a good excuse to return, right!? Because fact is, there’s just so much to do in this modern metropolis.


What I like most about Berlin besides its diverse scenery is its cultural diversity – and not only people-wise, however, also area-wise. Each area is characterised in a different way from your high-end to alternative neighbourhoods. No doubt that there’s a lot of history to be explored here as well as (and implicit) culture. I do highly recommend visiting the typical tourist sights such as the Wall, Brandenburger Tor, Berliner Dom…

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Clarisonic: ** One Year Later and Still in Love with my Clarisonic **

Beauty and Gadgets

Today I’m going to share with you about my experience with Clarisonic. From my very first time I started using Clarisonic, I fall in love with that awesome beauty device and till now I’m very happy with it.Why? Because my skin has changed dramatically well and now I hardly can t imagine my life without using my Clarisonic. I got to know about Clarisonic about a year ago, however, but there are still lots and lots of people out there that till now never heard about this fantastic product.

So, what is Clarisonic? Clarisonic its a cleansing device and its like “toothbrush” for the face; Many people are becoming very addicted to using that product including myself. At the end of every single day,  I enjoy to clean my skin with Clarisonic as it makes my skin crystal clean.

What Clarisonic did for me?

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