I’m not a snob. I’m just 30.

I wrote this post and then read it again. I read it a few times and I'm still not really sure why I wrote it. But I kind of think I should post it. So here it goes: I turned 30 last month. No big deal really. I never took aging too seriously nor did … Continue reading I’m not a snob. I’m just 30.

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So there’s this thing about the English

I take it my civil duty as an immigrant to have a go at the Brits and the stereotypes about them. After all this is something they taught us at our English lessons at school. There’s one thing that makes way more sense to me than before coming to the island: The Pythons. Not in … Continue reading So there’s this thing about the English

Hi, my name is Maj and I’m an addict.

And the worst thing is that I’m addicted to stuff that doesn’t really exist in the physical world. Well, that’s basically the description of any addiction really. People don’t do coke because blowing white powder up your nose feels so incredibly good but because of what happens in your brain after you do it. And … Continue reading Hi, my name is Maj and I’m an addict.

A begginers guide to being an immigrant (pt. 3)

As one might expect there's also a B-side to this being an immigrant thing. It’s not my intention to complain and lament or wanting anyone to feel sorry for me. It’s just that every time I read an interview with someone who decided to live abroad – in Slovenia anyone moving abroad is considered interesting … Continue reading A begginers guide to being an immigrant (pt. 3)

A begginers guide to being an immigrant (pt. 2)

One thing you want to do when moving to a completely new place is keep your old habits. The sooner you start with them the better. They will make you feel more at home and less like a stranger. If you were jogging back at home keep jogging here. Two weeks of running around new … Continue reading A begginers guide to being an immigrant (pt. 2)

A begginers guide to being an immigrant (pt. 1)

A background story is in order before I set onto the immigrant's 101. Two years ago I promised myself to find a new profession. Seven years of post-production jobs at various companies and televisions kind of started flashing signals that - while I'm not that bad at it - this may not exactly be my cup … Continue reading A begginers guide to being an immigrant (pt. 1)

Shaken & Stirred

So they lived happily ever after and made love every Wednesday and Saturday. And there was much rejoicing. Just thought I might try beginning with an ending for a change. And since that went quite well I can carefree jump to the second part. As boldly stated in the small print above I am an … Continue reading Shaken & Stirred