“If smart, dedicated professionals can fail to achieve lasting progress over a period of years, how then is an untrained vacationer supposed to do so in a matter of days?” […]
You may have seen her running after marathon runners in Iten, Kenya, to get a good quote. Or at the European Parliament’s press canteen in Strasbourg. Or at the last jazz concert, looking around at taking note of what languages were spoken in the audience. She firmly believes that all aspects of life are buzzing with stories and is determined to offer those stories to curious readers.
Daiva started working as a journalist at the age of 20 and has obtained a degree in Sociology and Social Anthropology. Having lived in nine countries, she loves languages, art, and random conversations. In Malta, she is busy making mental maps of good coffee and pedestrian-friendly places. Despite addiction to Twitter and its brevity, she always makes time for a good novel.