The Blue People

Imagine a world where every entrepreneur would be blue. They would be called The Blue People. People are not born blue, they become blue during their life, for many it’s a conscious decision. However if you are born to a Blue family you are more likely to become Blue yourself and vice versa, so becoming…

7 tips to cure yourself without pills

I don’t do drugs. With drugs I mean pharmaceuticals – the pills.* Autumn is coming and people start getting cold and flu again. It hurts me to see how people react (or don’t) in those cases. I discover myself talking about this topic a lot, so I decided to put my thougths into this post. First of…

Estonian History – in a nutshell

I was making research for my next article “Where Estonia is heading – is immortality possible for a country?”* when I understood that in order for us to speak about where Estonia is heading, we also need to understand where we are coming from – here is a brief overview for those who might be…

Belarus

Last weekend I visited the Republic of Belarus (to build our next Big Mobile App) and the country was everything that I didn’t expect. It was the most calm and positively conservative society that I have ever seen. Everything was very clean and in order, the streets were big, but quite empty and quiet. It…

Estonian autumn in the wild

This week I walked through Kõrve trail (80 km), which is one part of Estonia’s longest hiking trail (370 km – goes across the country). It took me three days, two nights, and I was totally alone for the whole time. It was an enchanting experience. The hiking trail is created and administrated by the governmental organisation…

Life in Indonesia

I was in Indonesia for one month. Mostly in Jakarta, but the last week I spent on the paradise island of Bali. Indonesia is a fascinating country with a lot of potential to grow and develop. Here are my insights on my experience. The people The people of Jakarta (capital city of Indonesia) have some similarities…

Indonesia – first impressions

This week I flew to Jakarta – the capital of Indonesia. I have to admit – my first impressions have been quite positive. On one hand it might be because I didn’t have high hopes – for example as Indonesia is the biggest muslim country in the world, I imagined a lot of signs of…