this is a now page, inspired by derek sivers.

updated: june 13, 2021

hey, i am elsa 🤩

ps. my curls are a real deal.

in the month of june and july i am shovelling indoors and outdoors at my parents home. i use my raw muscles in the sewerage project. it’s fun, and incredibly exhausting.

in a nutshell

i wake up early,
and i sleep at least 8-hours.
i work 4-days a week, friday’s off.
i rarely do cars, i cycle almost everywhere.
i work as a junior software engineer at a bank.

nowadays, most of my decisions are strongly influenced by electromagnetic fields. whenever, wherever i go, i often take my Safe and Sound Pro II EMF meter with me. throughout the road, i measure the RF (WiFi, Bluetooth, 2G-5G) to see the unseen.

i use the measured information to make better choices. mostly, i choose my walks based on radiation levels, and i stay away from cities whenever i can, which, during remote work, is extremely easy to achieve.

in december 2020, i also switched to cables only. my phone pretty much lives in airplane mode. usually, all calls are directed to my landline VOIP phone, which is convenient and radiation-free.

that’s that.
my new habitual norm.


i have been studying Mastering ConvertKit but mostly, i’ve been practicing new ways of email marketing automations in (what feels a lot like) creative ways. it’s fun. i love it.


i only read what i throughly enjoy. if i don’t like it, i drop reading it.
reading now:
always at my bedside:

you’re welcome to spy on my Literal account to see what i am reading, what i’ve read, and what’s up ahead.

ps. i read slow but often.


i have a small group of incredible friends, half scattered around the world. i prefer walk in forests over calls. it’s become a loved habit to connect with another person in a more personal way.

also, i am 36 and single.

i have been through some crazy partnerships. i needed all those adventured though. i have learned a great deal from all of my partners. what a painful blessing on my souls journey.

i say, thank you, today, tomorrow, forever.


here’s a poem i wrote in january 2018.

what comes comes anyways.
why ‘what’ comes is what I need.
when ‘why’ comes is divinely timed in me.

i will become aware of it, to feel it.
i will feel it, to transform it.
i will transform it, to be it.
and i will survived it, to live it.

here’s my personal collection of whatever’s →

say hi

if i don’t know you yet, please introduce yourself with few words. i would love that.