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.
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.
It has been quiet on the blog recently so I thought the best way to come back was talking about food, my true love. As you might know from a previous post, I am a massive fan of Mercato Metropolitano, the new Italian market that opened in Elephant and Castle/Borough area. When I was claiming […]Read More Food tasting at Mercato Metropolitano: Parmigiano and Parma ham week!
My passion for wines started when I was around 20 years old. But I didn’t know yet. I remember a themed party when I was study in Germany during my Erasmus, something like 8 years ago. My friend and I decided to have a wine themed party where everyone had to bring a bottle – […]Read More WSET Level 1: how I got into wines.
This past Wednesday I went to “Venue and events 2016” which is a yearly event organised by Squaremeal, where you have tons of events/venue/food suppliers. I usually go to get some inspiration for our Christmas party and team building activities. This year I also had another opportunity: becoming a judge for the “Canapé Squaremeal cup”. […]Read More Canapé judge: tasting tiny food.
Food makes my life better. In fact, while writing this post I am eating or better snacking with some Parma ham and olives from Italy. But let’s start from the beginning. I try to have all my weekends planned and I always go to the gym at 12pm on Saturdays – a good way to […]Read More Chronicles of a foodie weekend.
Theatres have always been magical to me. I used to spend a lot of time at our Teatro Verdi in Trieste when I was a kid. My dad used to be the masseur of the ballet company and he always had tickets for us, but the best part was when he took me backstage and […]Read More My first musical in London and other stories.