Marina Krak


Becoming an adult

I remember being 15 year old girl who had nothing to do so she started a blog, just to see what would it be like. Now, more than 2 years later that same girl is 18, but still immature, non organised and but this time ready to take her hobby *read blog* to an entire new level. Only now she has a schedule, a plan & posts written few days in advance. 
To be honest, for many years I thought turning 18 and becoming an "official adult" is a big deal, that many things are going to change and so on ...but as the day was coming closer, I realised that pretty much nothing is going to be different. Still same old  Marina who does her school tasks the night before and doesn't eat her veggies.  

Welcome back after more than 4 months! 
And as you can tell, I wasn't lazy. Really hope you love this new blog design, professionaly done for the first time and that you are excited for some new content that I've been preparing for the last couple of months. 

For the first post after this long but productive break I wanted to share few photos from my 18th birthday party I threw just few weeks ago. It was wonderful, fun, amazing, exciting, joyful...I felt so blessed to have all of my closest friends (50 of them) there. I felt quite nervous since I did all the planing myself but thankfully, everything turned out to be just fine. And by everything I mean photographer, DJ, catering, cake, bar, invitations and of course hair, makeup, nails, outfit... One of those nights I know I'll remember forever. 

Enjoy and make sure to stop by soon!

                                                                                            Love, M


Do you really wanna know what the future holds?!

Although I have this attempt of living in a present as much as possible, I have these not so rare moments when I just sit and think about the future. I plan it, I make goals...God only knows what I‚m actually doing....My dear self already kind of has this idea of what is it going to do, which university is it going to go to, where is it going to live and so on and so on.  It might not be good to be always a couple of steps ahead, but it worked so far.  I make these little goals I try to reach ...And usually weirdly, somehow, I am quite often successful. It`s all about pushing boundaries, stepping out of your comfort zone, doing thing you couldn`t imagine yourself doing 6 months ago. I truly believe that dreams do come true for those who work their butts off and never, not even once, think about quiting. There is no lift to success. We must take the stairs.


21 Things To Stop Giving A Shit About In 2015

by Emma Gray |

As we enter a new year, there are many things to keep in mind: mantras to live by, resolutions to make, new goals to set. But January is also a great time to take stock of the things we're wasting time, energy and stress on, and to, in the oft-quoted words of Elsa from "Frozen": "Let it go."

Below are 21 things we are going to stop giving a shit about in 2015. What would you add?

1. Juice cleanses. Let's call a spade a spade and acknowledge that cleansing is less about health than about quick weight loss -- and if that's really your goal, there are healthier, longer-lasting ways to go about it. Solid foods FTW.

2. Wearing matching socks. One day we may find the land of lost single socks. But today is not that day.

3. Making plans with people you don't actually want to see, to do things you don't want to do. Obligation relationships aren't good for anyone. And even if someone you adore is inviting you out, if you'd rather eat your own hand than go clubbing, it's probably best to just say no.

4. People who don't understand why Queen Bey's feminism is important. Bye, haters.


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Happy New Year

Here it is! New Year, new opportunity, new bucket list. At the beginning of each year I set myself a list of goals I want to accomplish and one of them for the last 2 years has been to blog more. And I did, at least when it comes to the first week of January. And then school begins and blog unfairly gets left behind...

 This year I don`t have any resolutions to accomplish but one and that is to be truly, genuine happy with myself and everything I do. I don`t have to accomplish anything as long as I`m happy and enjoying my days. This blog is something that makes me feel extremely joyful and proud of myself not only because there is a large number of you each and every day (according to stats.) but also because of every word I wrote, every picture I took and of every hour I spent trying to improve not only my  blog and my writing, but also myself. Therefor, I can`t wait to continue this wonderful journey in 2015 and many years after.

                   Happy New Year!

                                                                                     Love, M. 

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