Herewith I introduce a new series of blog posts: interviews of friends and close ones. As I have always been curious about what drives other people, what their fears are and their best memories, I thought, why don't I share this. What inspires me are other people: how they handle difficult situations, how they celebrate their victories and what are their insights they share with friends. So join me for a series of interviews with different people – and let's see who will inspire you.
Student at the British Higher School of Arts and Design in Moscow
What is happiness?
I feel happy when I hear mum shouting in the kitchen and my dog wants me to pet him. Then I know everything is just alright :)
What book are you currently reading?
Coffee or tea?
What do you think about in the shower?
...that I don't have a gun ready, should someone come kill me.
What are you afraid of?
That as an architect I will develop a building everyone will hate.
What is your favrorite smell?
Jasmine bush (we have been on vacation once with the family and from there I remember this smell).
You would like to be more like....
Well, I am not too bad myself [laughs]. Why would I want to be like someone else? This would only be copying the other person.
How do you relax?
While reading a large, interesting, exciting novel with wool socks onm covered by a blanket and tea steaming from the night table. Aww....
What would you wish you would have known 10 years ago?
I wish someone had told me not give up on French language. And to start watching movies in English. In general, I wish I would have worried much less about things that turned out to be not so important at all.
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