It has been eight months since my last post. I have to admit I have been lazy, but also very busy. Plus I am still debating which should be the first language of this blog. Most of my readers are from around the world, so it would make sense to keep blogging in English and […]Read More A very long silence.
It’s a tradition: writing about the year that is about to leave us and welcome the new one. And here’s my best 9, as usual. I was thinking about it the other day, 2017 has been a year full of changes for me mainly because I left London and moved back to my hometown in […]Read More Arrivederci 2017, welcome 2018!
If you’re not new to the blog, you might remember that I visited Edinburgh last year on a solo trip. I loved it that much that I decided to go back and try to explore a bit more of Scotland. The plan was to fly to Edinburgh and then head up to Inverness, Lochness and […]Read More Back in Scotland: Day 1 and 2.
I never thought I would be working as a Personal Assistant. It just didin’t cross my mind. For a series of fortunate events, I happened to be at the right place at the right time, so two years ago I started my job as a Personal Assistant. Do you know what a PA does? No, […]Read More Life of a (former) PA.
Since I moved back to Italy, I realised that it’s tricky to explain what my job title means. In my previous London Life, I was an Office Manager and Personal Assistant. If you are reading this from the UK (and possibly all the main English speaking countries), you know for sure what I mean. If […]Read More What does an Office Manager do?
It feels like breaking up with somebody you loved, but you know love is not enough so there is no point in going further in the relationship. It has been five years since I moved to London. I remember that evening very well, heavy backpack on my shoulders and being hosted by this guy I […]Read More This is a Love letter, London.
I wasn’t really thinking about it but I felt some pressure, a year before turning 30. Not sure why it happened but I think it was because of what I thought people would expect from me and maybe it was also related to me looking at my friends and see them almost all married/with kids. […]Read More 30 things I have learned in my first 30 years.