• thessaloniki guide

    Thessaloniki: What I did, What I Brought and What I Bought

    As you may have read in my April favourites, we went to Thessaloniki at the end of April. It is super close, just under 300km away, so we went there by car. This post is not going to be a travel guide or anything like that, just because I cannot tell you where to go or what to see. I am not the type of person to goес to museums and landmarks on my first visit of a new place, because I prefer to experience a city as a local, not as a tourist. That being said, here’s my experience: How did we get there?  We drove by car. It…

  • altruistsun sunscreen review

    REVIEW: Altruist Sunscreen SPF 50

    As you may know, I recently went to Thessaloniki. Just as we were leaving, we realised that we didn’t have any SPF (I always forget to buy a replacement!) with us and were wondering where to buy some from. Luckily, it was at that time that I received my package with the Altruist Dermatologist Sunscreen, which was kindly gifted to me by the brand. Such a perfect timing, isn’t it?  As a pale person I am always on the look out for a good sunscreen which will not leave me greasy and will keep me from turning into a raging lobster with skin so sensitive that even the pressure from…

  • april favourites

    April Recap: What I Loved and What I Didn’t

    The end of this month quickly creeped in, as usual, and I was once again thunderstruck by the fact that months do change every 30 days or so. No, but really, where did April go? I am very scared that my final exam is coming up in July and the months are just rolling and rolling and it always seems like I don’t have time to study, between work, blog, Instagram scheduling, other personal things and binge-watching YouTube, of course. That pessimism aside, though, this month has been pretty cool. It actually felt like spring, something that hasn’t happened for more than a day in the past few years, and…