I feel like I’m always missing something.
I kneaded my first dough when I was about 10 years old, however, my first dish prepared from scratch was simply pancakes with my mom’s homemade jam. I suppose that was the breakpoint, I fell deeply in love with baking, cooking and, of course, making something extraordinary.
Later on I developed a new trait – I began to think that not only must the food be delicious, it must also be beautiful. Now you know what keeps me driving – combining ‘yummy’ and good-looking. In addition, I could say that the most important truth I’ve learned during my journey is that when you do things from your soul, people really savor it.
When I was accepted to International Politics & Development studies I moved to a new city and started living with my beloved boyfriend. That was the second breakpoint in my life… Studies drove me crazy and day after day I asked myself what am I doing with my life (I have always dreamt about becoming a baker). Counting the time until getting home and locking myself in the kitchen to relief the stress was my daily routine. Then my darling said ‘STOP’ and, to make a long story short, everything I am today I literally owe to him.