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.
On a normal 17th of September 2012, I was on a plane heading to London thinking that after 6 months I would have been back home again. And here I am, 4 years later in my London living room. Who would have thought? If I think back, I see myself with short hair moving around […]Read More 4 years and counting.
(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.
And do the things that you love the most. In my case, because I do obviously love myself very much, it is going to a concert. Last night I have been at George Ezra’s concert at the Electric in Brixton. It was a night hosted by the Brit Awards and there were three other bands (Nothing […]Read More The importance of loving yourself very much.