It’s Easter time! And in Lithuania we do it our way! I was wondering what was like to spend this period of the year in this beautiful country and finally found out the two Easter things that were new or … Continue reading Lithuanian Easter Things!
I always had a crush on weird animals. Blue-footed booby is a marine bird living in tropical islands in the Pacific Ocean. Feet pigmentation (they are blue) comes from their food and it is used as an indicator of the … Continue reading What if Your Feet Are Blue? On Finding Your True Self, Metrics and Sports
Some days ago I posted my article about awful edible things found in Lithuania into Foreigners in Vilnius, a very active Facebook community known practically to every foreigner in the town that has something like 13.334 members. When I opened … Continue reading 3 Very Best Lithuanian Dishes (so far)
The myth behind Vilnius foundation has something more interesting than average. If you look at the map the place where Lithuanian capital is located may look silly. In a blind test, you would probably point in the middle of the … Continue reading What is the Coat of Arms of Vilnius?
Everybody knows I have a crush on French culture. I praise them for their language, secretly hoping they will invade us all one day. If I should pick, like I had a gun on my head, the one and only … Continue reading Two Best Vilnius Bakeries I Always End up Going to 
Ok, I got it, you don’t have time for this. But do you have a couple of minutes? Ok, ok, ok. Just One will be enough! I decided to squeeze here 2 amazing ideas for you to make the most … Continue reading Two Little Things That Have Changed My Mind
Everything starts with need and curiosity. I needed to dive into a database, were given Microsoft Access and didn’t know how to figure it out. I needed a simple thing, I learned it and applied (thanks Google), but I still … Continue reading Four Steps To Learn a New Skill [SQL]
“If times do not demand the best of you, invent other times” When I started reviving the blog, this phrase came to my mind. I guess I even posted it on Facebook. It comes from Baol, an Italian novel I … Continue reading Baol
Here is a painful truth: there’s so much people blaming on Lithuanian food. It seems that Italians are within the most close minded regarding embracing cuisines that are any different from their own and that is sad but most of … Continue reading 3 Awful Things I Have Eaten in Lithuania
Reading Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? by Seth Godin, was so illuminating I decided I would evangelize other readers and possibly get to know better his author. Seth Godin is a Marketing Guru (even though the word gets often inflated) and the reason … Continue reading Who is Seth Godin and Why Should You Know Him