I’ve been going through my blog posts the other day and I realized how much of an essay they are, instead of a platform for conversation with you, my dear reader. I pick a topic in my head and I develop the subject. There is the final part in all my texts that I address … More The Not-So-Easy Story About How and Why I Started My Blog
Now, listen up my dear readers, I have one question for you: How many times in life you wished you had something that would make your life easier that moment/day or existence, in general? I, for one, am currently living on the dream of acquiring something or, why not, inventing that special thing, that would … More My List of Practical Things To Have in Life
Yesterday was one of my close friend’s birthday. She’s a young, pure soul with a kind heart and an intelligence you rarely meet today. She seems much older than her real age… and there’s a 10-year gap between us (don’t ask me how come I have friends much younger than I am, because it was … More The Story About How I Started Living My Own Life
Lately, I’ve been feeling kind of sluggish and uninspired. You’ll say that I feel this way all the time, because that’s pretty much all I write about. Right? The truth is – I live my happy moments in real life, when I’m physically with my beloved ones, in the exact moment when all of it … More Take Charge of Your Life
I was walking down the street today, thinking about my countless appointments these upcoming weeks. I was passing by a construction zone right on the road of the park my baby and I used to stroll in when she was only a couple months old, and I saw these men working nicely and well-coordinated. Then … More We’re Strong, We’re Emancipated Women!
When we are born, we are given the most amazing gifts of all: time, love, life and… death. None of these are transferrable or exchangeable. You can’t bargain on these gifts, you can’t trade them for something else. Also, you can’t touch them or get a grasp of them… Life is this stretch of events … More Time, love, life and… death
A week or so ago I’ve seen quite often on Facebook the following phrase: “Wherever you go, you take yourself with you.” This phrase, in itself, brings a negative vibe to the whole story. I, for one, choose to look further than the horizon and I choose to see more than what is … More Catchy internet phrases: for real?
For the past 10 years or so, the internet was over-the-top full of quotes and contents like “women are all”, “women should be respected and praised for everything they do”, “inequality between men and women”, “women are the keepers of the family and the house”, etc. etc. etc. Women, women, women. Everywhere. About men I … More Why don’t we talk more about our men?