Turkish version is below
Instagram instroduced a new feature: Nametag. The purpose of nametag is to scan the tag and go to the account and follow it. It kind of reminded us the Snapchat feature. You can also customize your nametag with emojis, colors or even a selfie! We wonder how creative people will get, but it seems like there is not much room to make crazy changes.
Ours is a hand writing emoji, we think it suits the blog very well and tells so much about our passion. We love writing (which obvious by now due to this blog), we also love drawing. We used to draw and paint more often when we were at school, but Continue reading
Self respect is the key to make right decisions. We need to respect our own thoughts, feelings, confusions, wishes and dreams. No one can really know what our dream is or what we are actually thinking and feeling.
Isn’t it difficult to express the real ‘me’? Isn’t it sad that we often choose what is offered and do not share our actual abilities?
Most of us don’t know Continue reading
Last year Ovgu wrote New Year’s resolution blogpost so I wanted to write mine this year. These small resolutions help us to bring new beginnings to our lives and we discover what we can do more.
One of my New Year’s resolutions is exercising more (as if I am exercising at all now). I am not going to go far though, just exercising in a somewhat systematic way. To be honest I really want to try pilates when I look at the celebrity instagram posts about pilates, but pilates is not among my 2017 resolutions this year. I am thinking Continue reading
A couple of days ago our blog had its first anniversary! We wanted to share what motivates and inspires us to continue writing for this blog. Here are the highlights of our blog for the past year:
- Communicating our love of Life with Louie cartoon, and connecting with its creator Louie Anderson. He liked our post and followed us on Twitter! We love the power of writing and communication. If someone told this to us when we were little twins watching Life with Louie, we would go crazy – we still did. (You can read that post here.)