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?
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.
Some of your friends won’t understand. Some days you’ll think nobody can. And some other days you’re really all by yourself. Life is a very interesting adventure. When you are born, you’re just a tiny baby that doesn’t know anything about the world. Your parents will teach you but sometimes even they don’t have all […]Read More If you’re having a bad day.
… when you think that whoever invented Netflix should get an award. To be honest, I joined Netflix a month ago. I was doing just fine without but now I do enjoy it very much. I discovered that I am very interested in life/animals documentaries. Today for example, I spent 45 minutes totally fascinated by […]Read More One of those lazy sundays…
(Suggested soundtrack for this post: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tM0sTNtWDiI – The Breakfast Club will approve!) Apparently I can’t talk about anything else than food. It really looks like food is my biggest love and if you’re on a diet cause summer is approaching (not in London…), then it’s better to avoid this post. The Breakfast Club is an institution. It […]Read More Londonicious #8: brunch at The Breakfast Club.
The quality is awful, I know. But it was dark and I was using the front camera of my phone (fine, I didn’t upgrade to an iPhone 6 yet). But still, this picture reminds me how much fun I had last week so who cares if the quality is shit. I started running in February […]Read More Electric Run London: glowing in the dark!
And what else should you expect by an Italian? I AM my body language. “So when I tell people about this, that our bodies change our minds and our minds can change our behavior, and our behavior can change our outcomes, they say to me, “I don’t — It feels fake.” Right? So I said, […]Read More TED Tuesday with Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are.