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July 11 · Issue #2 · View online
A Journalings of stuff that caught my eyes, ears and taste buds the past two weeks

Developing ideas and thoughts. This time I have added a new categori.

Journalings of thoughts
  1. I have a new domain, journalings.online what do you think I should change my address?
  2. I’ve been writing a lot this past two weeks and it feels good to have a little flow in my writing again.
  3. If time is a construction of man, does it really exist?
  4. Meditations is a good way to relax and get into a Zen mood, I do one every morning for 10 minutes, and one before I head to bed for another 10 minutes.
Finally, got out for a run and it felt so good. I have been longing to do it for a long time now. For me that’s freedom!
Writing is my creative outlet right now, I have tried a lot of different kinds during the years. And I’m not stopping now, maybe one day will I start painting too?
Here's me working and writing in the local Library
Here's me working and writing in the local Library
Journalings of links
This newsletter is one appreciate Morning Brew (Not sponsored!)
Solve Your Blank-Page Problem with This Visual, 3-Step Content Creation System
Researcher Illegally Shares Millions of Science Papers Free Online to Spread Knowledge
Roam Research: The Cult Packaging Playbook
The Donald seems to have a lot against him now, lets hope it sticks.
The Second Great Depression
Oklahomans Just Embarrassed Trump a Second Time
The White House Manure Factory Is No Match for the Momentum This Story Is Building
Our Dishonest President
Journalings of foodies
Budget Kitchen Upgrades for Every Kitchen that Will Change the Way You Cook (and Eat!)
Chicken filet with mustard and chilli taste
This time I present a simple but very tasty Chicken recipe
  • 800 grams of Chicken chest
  • 1 red onion
  • 4-5 clefs of garlic
  • 4-5 tbsp of mustard (you choose what kind)
  • 1 pinch of dried chilli
  • olive oil
  • stockcub chicken or vegetable taste
Slice the chicken chest in ca 1 cm cubs. Chop the onion and the garlic.
Heat a frying pan up with olive oil, the chilli and the garlic, almost roast it, turn down the temperature a bit.
Add the chicken and the onion, let them fry until cooked, add the stock cube, mustard and about 3,5-4 dl water. Turn down the temp to half and let it all simmer for about 15 minutes. Taste it with pepper, and extra salt if necessary.
Serve it with Basmati rice (Next issue I will give you my secret in getting the perfect Basmati Rice)
The dish (Sorry for the blurry image...)
The dish (Sorry for the blurry image...)
Journalings of Instagram
Books for this 2 weeks period
Books for this 2 weeks period
My most played artist in June
My most played artist in June
The art-piece "insikt" got the water running finally!
The art-piece "insikt" got the water running finally!
The look of your writer hard at work in the LibOffice (Library)
The look of your writer hard at work in the LibOffice (Library)
Journalings of Streaming
My top 5 from Streaming services right now
  1. Snowpiercer on Netflix
  2. This is us on Amazon Prime (I wonder how could have missed this pearl)
  3. Homecoming on Amazon Prime
  4. Pose on Netflix
  5. Unorthodox on Netflix
Journalings of Youtube
Some of my favourites during the past 2 weeks.
Jefferson & Adrianita Dance to "El Rey Del Timbal" by Tito Puente - World of Dance The Duels 2020
Fight Song/Blank Space - Piano Cover
Jessie J - Masterpiece (ft a 10 years old girl picked from the crowd) at Electric Castle, Romania
Curing my longing home!
One-Moment Meditation: "How to Meditate in a Moment"
Journalings of the end
“The destination is the journey” - Dan Eldon
“Everyone wants to live on top of the mountain, but all the happiness and growth occurs while you’re climbing it.” - Andy Rooney
Until next time...
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