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Moon Blog / Contributor / sandra-bakulic

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Summer chaos

Summer chaos started with getting back into full time work regime after one year long maternity leave. Well, this was really a hard landing back into reality, especially coz I am not crazy about my boring administration job. I do not want to sound like I am complaining but I must conclude that trying to be mother, housewife, full time employee and climber in the same 24hours is definitely crazy idea. Mostly it is simply impossible to catch all but even trying is kind of success. Since I am new in this game, first of all, big respect to all our parents who were playin it for a long time - now I understand them better. And for all those who are about to get into this game in the future, here is a short photo story as a message that even in the chaos you dont have to forget climbing. Just a bit of extra motivation and organization skills and you are already on the wall. Cheers! Sandra   Read More...

One year after

Last weeks I have been enjoying ideal climbing combination Read More...

Think more, climb more

Getting back into shape after giving birth is not a simple task but so far I am very pleased how it goes. I am enjoying the whole process and my climbing definitely improved since the last blog. Want to share few thoughts I Read More...

Back to the roots with Franko

Hi everybody! It Read More...

The Change

Hi folks! I have small news for mankind and big news for me and my family Read More...

Summer hell

Summer in Split is really extreme. Heat is life threatening and in July was set a new all time record with 40 nights in a row with temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius. You dont want me to writte about how regular day looks like...  

  Well I know it is good to climb in bad conditions because it makes you a better person and your projects feel like piece of cake when good conditions arriwe but I decided to listen the voice inside me (rare situation to be honest) who adviced me to take the easy pace. So far, I was climbing mainly indoors for the last few months. Except I injured my left knee while doing some really deep heel sit-hook everything else went pretty fine. Although [...] Read More...

Magic quest

Hello to Moon and all friends out there!   My rehabilitation after ankle injury is well on track. It still hurts a bit from time to time but I accept it. It will probably never be 100 per cent. But I can walk normally, climb and run Read More...

Injured but motivated!

Winter in Split is allways best period to climb but this year things went wrong... Two months ago I went bouldering in Su?urac and few hours later ended in hospital with broken deltoid ligament in my ankle. I'm still not sure how this happened since I wasnt so high, there were many pads and spotters in the landing zone but somehow I rotated in the air and nobody couldnt stop me.   This unexpected injury suddenly changed all my climbing plans and force me to take break from everything. I was thinking a lot about climbing and my life in general and started to believe that this accident have some purpose. Read More...

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