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.
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.