If I had to describe myself in one word, it would be "mother" without a doubt. My wonderful husband and I overcame a lot of life-changing challenges and obstacles to stand where we are today. Those experiences made us appreciate every single moment and spread positivity with the world.
Being a mother has never been a burden to me (how can it be to anyone, though?), so I decided to create a personal blog Twinstory.lt where I share tips, stories, and other moments of my motherhood. I feel like it was always my destiny to raise twins, so why not do it with fashion and everlasting love?
I am also a co-owner and creative director of "Happeak", a socially responsible company, making branded clothes for children and adults.
Now I am mom of three! And I love it!🥰
..and I am glad to have this possibility to inspire and motivate beautiful and large community of my social media 🖤
Fully dedicated to the world of pathogens. Deeply interested in microbiome dynamics. Already had a small conversation with Her Excellency about the invention me and my team had made.
Got a burining question about bacterial world and our role in it? Or maybe, You would like to absorb inspiring and useful concepts about it? Always open for the synthesis of interdisciplinary concepts, as in these days, the greatest ideas are inter-ideas! Recently been nominated as a “CV Jedi”, my magic can be in well help.
Thinking about scientific or biomedical path and want a piece of extra-opinion, or improve your admission docs? I have accelerated my Molecular Biology Bachelor studies by 1 year with an ease, and recently graduated from Imperial London College as a Biomedical Research Master and will soon continue my PhD studies in Switzerland as a holder of a prestigious fellowship. I would love to share some tips how to rock-and-roll as a (under/postgrad) student and a passionate young specialist.
My life has always been about creating something innovative, inspiring, meaningful, and funny, would it be an album or marketing campaign. I always look at the world from an ironic angle, and I try not to take things too seriously. However, I am also an activist for social justice and equality. As long as people are reasonable and kind, I answer with kindness as well.
Apart from my creative career in show business and marketing industry, I am a devoted and loving mother. I won many awards for my professional work, but my biggest achievement in life remains giving birth to my wonderful son.
Whatever it is I'm doing - I try to do it wholeheartedly, bringing a splash of light and love into every little action that I take. My life after school as well as the path of studies is slightly different from the rest: upon high school graduation I realized I was not 100% sure of the further direction I want to take. So I took a gap year. To use it wisely, I decided to completely step out of my comfort zone and off I went to the unknown land of Australia. There, I probably tried every single possible unqualified job under the sun: from washing cars and toilets to making beds and serving food, but it made me realize a plethora of things, among which one is the most important: the happiness we're all seeking is here and now. After such 8 illuminating months I've came back and started studying a double major: Catholic Theology & Public Communication, which I'm still tackling at the moment. You can also find me @ Jaunimo kelionės, where I'm happily advising young souls and seeing them off to Work and Travel USA adventures of their lifes!
DARING TO CHOOSE OFF-THE-BEATEN PATH.
From choosing to study theology to taking a year off after highschool, in order to explore myself and the world a little - I'd love to share my experience of how to do things that matter to you, even when no one else understands.
From volunteering at Caritas to Kaunas Solitary Confinement - I'd be happy to tell you what I've learned and gained. Spoiler alert: it's a lot more than I've given.
TRAVELLING ON A BUDGET.
I've been in situations where I'm on the other side of the globe, with $3 dollars in my bank account, due to purchasing a substantial amount of plane tickets the day before and a barely existing plan of how am I to return home. Let me kill any bias you may cherish that travelling requires a lot of money. It certainly doesn't - let's browse plane tickets together!
Let me be straightforward. Some people call me a bully, a sociopath, or a narcissist. And I agree with them to some degree. I love to live always seeking perfection; thus, I may seem to be outstanding in the crowd. I work hard and, therefore, I play hard. I will always point out illogical decisions to the people even if they don't want to listen because that's the only way for us all to live in a world with more objectivity and less pretentious emotions. In my humble opinion (haha!), the best self is of a natural human nature kind.
Labas! Aš Ugnė. šiuo metu skaičiai - lengviausias būdas apie save trumpai papasakoti. man 22, o sąskaitoj - 58 apkeliautos šalys. Keliauju iš alkio pažinti ne tik pasaulį, bet ir save. O savęs pažinimas stipriausiai ateina ten, kur
mažiausiai patogu, todėl sąmoningai aplenkiu kelionių agentūras ir "viskas įskaičiuota pasiūlymus", stačia galva neriu į tranzavimą, savanorystę svetur, miegojimą mašinoj važiuojant aplink šalį, palapinę vidury laukų ir gyvenimą su vietiniais kokiam nors nepažįstamam krašte.
O šiaip, neesenai uždaviau sau klausimą - ar šis gyvenimas, kurį dabar gyvenu, priklauso man - atsakymas nuliūdino, nes supratau, kad daugiausia šokinėju pagal kitų norus, todėl pamojavau universitetui ir teisės mokslams, apkabinau pykstančius tėvus ir pašvenčiau savo gyvenimą kelionėms. Iš to ir gimė mano instagram tinklaraštis - Ananaso Kelionės, kuriuo visiems rodau, kad įdomioms auginančioms kelionėms aukso luitų nereikia. Užtenka tik noro, kad ir kaip kartais tai atrodo baisu. Be daug pinigų keliauti į svetimą kraštą nėra labai protinga? Bet visada suveikia, trust me!
Be kelionių - 15 metų užsiiminėju kovos menais, savanoriauju gyvūnų globos įstaigose ir auginu Ananasę - šuniuką, kurios garbei ir pavadinau savo blogą.
I’m a Curator and Producer of Contemporary Art, and a Board Member at Rupert, a centre for Art & Education in Vilnius, Lithuania, where I worked as a Director for 6 years. I hold an M.A. in History of Art from the University of St Andrews, Scotland and have previously worked in curatorial departments at Tate Modern (London) and Jonas Mekas Foundation (New York), as well as curated independent projects in Iceland, Latvia, Belgium, Norway and elsewhere.
During my 10-year career in the arts, I have helped many artists launch international careers and implement ambitious large-scale projects.
Alongside my professional career in the arts, I have pursued my lifelong passion for travels through my blog @OurTravelAffair, which launched in 2018. Having visited over 50 countries in 5 continents numerous times, I can help you pick the best spots for a relaxing brunch, lunchtime exhibition and romantic dinner in the city of your choice.
I am art historian, curator and founder of The Rooster Gallery that represents the youngest generation of Lithuanian artists. The experience accumulated in working exclusively with emerging artists allows to promote the career of the represented artists since the early stages. The gallery’s dynamic international activity and wide network has contributed to the international recognition of several Lithuanian painters (Kristina Ališauskaitė, Tomas Daukša, Eglė Karpavičiūtė, Andrius Zakarauskas). Due to its consistent activity the gallery has grown into one of the most active players on the Lithuanian art scene and market, and has earned itself a reputation of a dynamic, professional and solicitous gallery. The Rooster Gallery takes part at major art fairs such as ViennaContemporary, ArtDubai, Artissima.
I have written and published two novels: Neišsipildymas and Stasys Šaltoka: Vieneri Metai which is translated into English under the title Cold East.
Two years ago me and Justas Janauskas came up with the idea for online community which later turned into Qoorio.