The world is full of fun and crazy people and festivals are a solid proof. Festivals can offer you extraordinary experiences and help you get to know a new country. While in most parts of the world celebrations have a few things in common (like eating, drinking and dancing), many times the similarities stop there. Humans have an affinity for celebrating the mundane. If anything, it’s a testament to every culture’s ability to enjoy a good party, no matter the reason. This list features some of the craziest and messiest festivals ever.. Continue reading 10 weirdest Festivals around the World
The term «Bohemian» originated in France in 19th Century. The original Bohemians were travelers or refugees from central Europe. In modern usage, the term «Bohemian» is applied to people who live unconventional, usually artistic lives. As we know, fashion comes and goes and it’s all about recycling ideas. If a person dress like a hippie or a gypsy, that means that he/she is a bohemian, too? So, which are the most common characteristics of a bohemian lifestyle person? Continue reading 5 Bohemian Lifestyle’s Characteristics
Helen Beatrix Potter (1866-1943) was an English writer, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist, best known for her children’s books featuring animals. “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” is one of the most famous and best-selling children’s book worldwide.
Enjoy some of her Artwork.. ♥✿ Continue reading Beatrix Potter (Famous Illustrators)
I have grown to love split peas so, it would be impossible to not add a relative recipe on this site. Split peas with caramelized onions, sun dried tomatoes, cashews, scented with sage. This dish is out of this world! I highly recommend it! Even if you don’t like split peas, you should give a chance to yourself and taste the specific recipe. The ingredients pair so well that you’ll be surprised..! Continue reading Split Peas with Caramelized Onions and Sun Dried Tomatoes
He created a grand and horrific complex world of Ancient Gods and he wrote 1 or 2 novels and most of his works were short stories and novellas. Many authors of Horror Literature described him as the greatest practitioner of the classic horror tale in 20th Century and many aspiring authors paid tribute to his mentoring and encouragement. So, for anyone who wants to learn more about his writing rules and his writing style, here are some of his most famous advice for aspiring authors.. Continue reading Writing Tips (from H.P. Lovecraft)