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BOOK REVIEW: YOUTH, A NOVELLA BY ISAAC ASIMOV

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 Hello! Today I'm back with a new book review: Youth, a novella by Isaac Asimov .  In addition, there is also a fashion segment to this post: a few more outfits I have worn recently but haven't had an opportunity to share yet. All of them are examples of shopping my closet so there will be links to prove it. Now, a few words about Youth , the book I will be reviewing today. This wonderful science fiction novelette was first published in 1952 issue of Space Science Fiction . You can read and download it for free on project Gutenberg site .  That's how I read it. I searched for Asimov and this novelette came up. It's a brilliant little story and quite short (depending on an edition it ranges from 25 to 40 pages). I'm happy to report I quite enjoyed Youth . Exactly why, I will share bellow.  PURPLE DRESS / BEIGE MINI  BAG/ WHITE SANDALS FLARED BLUE JEANS , BROWN BAG WITH FRINGES , LEOPARD HEELS YOUTH, A NOVELLA BY ISAAC ASIMOV, 4.3/5  The fact that I enjoyed this litt

SHOPPING MY CLOSET FOR SIX COMFY OUTFITS

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Hello dear readers! Thank you for your sweet comments. I am feeling a bit better today, I found some pain killers that helped somewhat. Today I will share six outfits with you that I wore during our stay in a medical facility in Ilidza, Bosnia and Herzegovina. I am currently in Croatia, but before I blog about that I wanted to share these comfortable and casual outfits. Today I will prove that I am more than capable of  ditching heels in favour of sneakers and orthopedic sandals, at least occasionally.  I love to wear heels but one often needs a more comfortable shoe choice, especially for walks. Just because you shoe options are on comfortable side does not mean you cannot make your outfits stylish and chic. Today we will combine comfort with style.  We will start with three outfits featuring a grey dress of mine. I have worn this dress quite a few times, but I am still shy of the recommended ecological thirty wears. I-m getting close, though. In this old post, you can see  13 ways to

FAREWELL TO SUMMER FROM MOSTAR CITY

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The two past days (it's almost midnight) were both a perfect example of what is like living with an immune illness. I was feeling perfectly fine in the morning and afternoon but by the time evening came I was in excruciating pain. Today (for pretty much the whole day) I was unable to get out of bed. Fever came too, as it always does when I have a Chron flare up. Contrary to popular opinion, a flare doesn't have anything to do with what I ate. In my experience, a flare is usually prompted by either stress or seasonal change. I did and payed for some blood work (the never ending health expenses are another perk of having an immune illness) earlier today and the results were not alarming so I'm hoping to avoid a hospital stay this time (fingers crossed).  Some other tests I did last month confirmed  I'm no longer in remission but that is fine. I was expecting that- the constant chronic pain in my stomach, the frequent 72 hours migraines and insomnia were a pretty good indi

WIWT FOR STROLLING MOSTAR CITY+ A BOOK REVIEW

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 Hello dear readers! Today I will share with you two outfits that I wore today. Moreover, I'll share a book review for The Smoke Jumper by Nicholas Evans. I hope you're in a mood for a virtual stroll though Mostar city because that is on agenda today as well. It is a beautiful sunny day today. It's amazing what a beautiful day can do for one's mood sometimes. When I to finished my chores in the morning, I couldn't resist strolling the city with my significant other and official blog photographer. I'd love to take you along, if you're in the mood. Scroll down to read and see more.   There are similarities between these two outfits, mostly in that they both feature this semi-plaid skirt from a local designer brand Bellissima (link neither sponsored nor affiliated). In case you want to buy clothing that is made in Bosnia and Herzegovina, this is a good local brand to check out and you can order both online or find it in local malls. I love to support local arti