Anna Jaguszewska, a columnist and a passionate observer of life, invites us into a world where words dress up what is invisible to the eyes, and intuition becomes a guide through the meanderings of everyday life. Her texts are like a bridge between the visible and the invisible, between the external and the internal, guiding the reader through various aspects of human experience. GentleWoman recommends columns for women (

In the column“Action, Reaction and World Perception: How Our Interior Shapes Responses to Life’s Events,” Jaguszewska explores how our inner attitudes and beliefs affect the way we respond to the reality around us. It is an invitation to reflect on one’s own reactions and an encouragement to consciously shape one’s perception of the world.

In the text“How, how, how?” the author reflects on the ubiquitous search for advice and ready-made solutions, which often distract us from discovering our own paths and potential. Jagushevskaya encourages us to stop and think about whether the constant striving to be better, faster, more efficient takes us away from experiencing life to its fullest.

In her column“Everything is as it is meant to be,” Anna Jaguszewska shares her thoughts on accepting life as it is and finding peace in the present moment. It’s a reminder that life flows with its own rhythm, and our acceptance and trust in the process of life can bring deep peace and contentment.

How not to hit a g*t in the silverware?“, on the other hand, is a text that speaks with humor but also deep wisdom about the importance of intuition in decision-making. Jaguszewska reminds us that our heart and body often know more than our mind is willing to accept, and listening to our inner voice can save us from many unfortunate choices.

“Does True Friendship Exist?” is a column in which the author explores the nature of friendship, its mutability and durability. Jagushevskaya wonders what makes a friendship real and what conditions must be met for it to blossom and stand the test of time.

In the column“And I never, after all,” the author encourages us to give ourselves a chance to look at things differently, to change our perspective. To reflect on our habits, beliefs and perhaps let go of those that do not serve us.

Anna Jaguszewska, with her heart divided between Poland and Spain, invites us to a world where the beauty of life is celebrated attentively, preferably close to nature. Her texts are like signposts that guide us through the complexities of human existence, teaching us how to be more aware, how to listen to ourselves and how to find beauty in the everyday. It’s an invitation to a journey in which each column is a stop on which to pause, so that we can then move on, richer with new perspectives and a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world.

Are you ready to encounter texts that liberate, teach acceptance and show that true wisdom lies in the simplicity of the heart? Join us and let these columns become your compass on your journey to a deeper understanding of yourself and the world.


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