Sunday, June 25, 2017


"If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door." - Milton Berle

It's the end of high school. I'm really glad but sad at the same time. Of course I'm thrilled about college but I never get to study in high school again, this road has been paved.
I consider myself quite analytical person because I try to think everything through and then foresee possible outcomes. I'm also ambitious and even though high school grades don't matter very much, I still forced myself to take my sh*t together in the final year to make my grades look like I've been studying all the time. At the beginning of 12th grade I wrote down my most probable final grades in the first column and possible final grades if I worked really hard in the second column.
Finally, I get to see the results of my hard work. I improved the scores of 4 subjects but 6 was needed to get the maximum possible results. I'm fully satisfied with my effort. So what were my expectations and what was the real score? I predicted that the most probable average would be 4.3 but it would be possible to increase it to 4.7 if I fixed 6 subjects. As I fixed 4 subjects, my real score or average came 4.6 which is absolutely fantastic. I got my sh*t together even though my classmates poked fun at me due that. About the exams, my mission was to get 70% in Estonian exam, 80% in English exam and 90% in mathematics exam. I totally exceeded my expectations as I scored 89% in Estonian, 95% in English and 99% in mathematics exam. And damn, that one mistake I made in maths exam was so stupid I'm still mad at myself.

Mi familia

2014 vs 2017 - Hell of a journey

Gym Squad (and Erik)

With my granny

My main photographer Ketter

The final celebration took place in local theatre Ugala. Actually it still doesn't feel like I graduated or sth, the change hasn't hit me yet. The graduation celebration was awesome. I never thought that so many friends and relatives would come to congratulate me but I was wrong. The feeling and atmosphere was fantastic. I have many photos of the event which is great because I never want to forget these unique moments.

Homeboy K

Surrounded by my sweet relatives

Proud mom and my bro

I don't have friends, I got family

Fellow graduates Keili and Adeliina

Blogger & rebel

I would also like to say a few words about my class - IIIMF (III Mathematics-physics). Our phenomenal teacher Ain and 26 students. In overall, this class was full of sarcastic jokes, soft mocking and verbal sparring. It may seem like I didn't like my class but actually these are the three things I adored about it. It definitely strengthened my social skills as not caring about what other people think about me and being straightforward myself. I'm going to miss all these hilarious physics classes, betting with Peeter and Karlis over our test results and going to gym after school with our gym squad Günther, Sander and Danel. We had our last official "School's out!" party with the whole pack (actually everyone except two guys!!). Even our teacher came to our party, it was fun as hell. The following day I had no time to rest because it was St John's Day which is celebrated with bonfire and staying up all night. Kermo, Maria, Marek, Roven, Juhan and I were invited by Brigita to her country house by the sea in Kabli to have a blast together. We went to sauna and afterwards checked out the local bonfire party which was amusing, especially the DJ and a few drunkards. Anyway, my emotions are on fire right now and I'm getting ready for a week in Tallinn again and secretly planning some crazy things which I wanna do this summer without telling the others first.

@Kabli beach

Having a blast


Monday, June 19, 2017

Squads & Squats

"Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative." - Oscar Wilde

I stayed in Tallinn for 5 days and it included attending the blog awards event, 3-days training course, seeing an old friend and meeting new ones. First of all, I'd like to thank all of you who voted. 404 votes isn't bad and if I had participated in an only-men category, I would've came 3rd. Unfortunately, I chose the category for newcomers where only the first place was recognized and I didn't qualify for that. Still, I'm a huge fan of the blogger who came first. Her name is Kadri-Ly and she's really inspiring because while she's fighting cancer she doesn't stop to pursue her dream to become a bikini fitness star. Go check her blog out in HERE! Furthermore, my very-very great friend Mariel obtained the youth blog award again (2 years in a row). You can check out the last year's post and also her blog (what she calls not fashion or fitness oriented..but it is). The event was great. We went there all together - Mariel, Kristel, Lotta, Kevin & I #squadgoals.


 Mariel with her bodyguard

Enjoying drinks with Kevin

The following day, the others went home but I stayed in Tallinn and met up with Mery-Ly. Those who have been reading my blog for a while may know her from the post I wrote in last summer. We met at the media seminar I attended in August and now decided to catch up. We chatted about things going on in our lives lately, went to cinema and watched Wonder Woman (OK film but nothing special), attended a street food festival and somehow ended up doing maths (?!), wtf, right? :D I was really glad to see her.


And the remaining 3 days I spent learning at a training course provided by the company I work for and arguing with my sister about feminism and veganism.
After I came back to my sweet hometown I had my first workdays, Mery-Ly came to visit me this time not the other way around and I attended my friend Kärt's birthday sauna party.

I squat one Mery-Ly, how about you?

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Best service

"Change your thoughts and you change your world." - Norman Vincent Peale

Not sure if any of you remember but a few weeks ago I carried out a 3-day workshop about programming with Sander for primary school students. The course was a total success and we even decided to participate in a contest which was meant to support the best student companies and projects. We presented our workshop and turned out the winners of a category called "Best service". Besides that we got sponsored by SEB (bank) and we felt damn good that our effort paid off.

Introducing our project

Stipend by SEB 


Possible collaboration with this young fella 

Co-participator about to serve the cake

About the fun part of my life, I attended my friend Triinu's birthday event. It was cool except that one guy in there constantly changed songs and some of us weren't so happy about it. Unfortunately, I had to get home early because the following day I had to dance the whole day. My motivation for dancing is on critical level but I pushed myself to perform at my county's dance celebration. It didn't go as well as it should've gone - the first dance went so bad that it was embarrassing, however the second and the third one came out fine. The day was exhausting because we had to train from morning till evening but I'm satisfied with myself because I managed to come out of my comfort zone. I would also like to thank Ako who took the pictures at the dance celebration.

With Triinu who can now enjoy all the perks that come with adulthood 


 About to jump into action


Friday, June 2, 2017

Welcome to the Jungle

"The best things in life are often waiting for you at the exit ramp of your comfort zone." - Karen Salmansohn

I'm afraid of heights but yet I was crazy enough to put skydiving into my bucket list, right? No, don't think I've already bailed out of a plane. I'm going to get over with it step by step. I got the chance to test myself by rappelling down a suspension bridge in my town. Actually, I didn't plan on doing it but we were bike riding with Mark and we ran into his father who coincidentally arranges leisure events of such kind. It wasn't as scary as I thought at first, I just overthink too much. After I had gotten my adrenaline rush, we cruised around for a while and Mark took some pictures of me and my bike.

Acting like I wasn't frightened

Mark surely knew that he has to capture that moment

Enjoying the view

There was another night song festival in my town and it was cooler than ever because this year I participated too. I sang in a choir and besides that spent time with friends by singing and dancing together. The pictures at the festival were taken by Ako Lehemets. Later on, I attended a birthday party which I attended too. Meriliis and Johanna celebrated their aging and it was so fun I don't even remember everything quite well.

 The festival took place at my school's basketball court

 Rock'n'rolling with Kristel, Katharina and Adeele


My choir (I'm in the left, behind the speaker)