toulouse // la ville rose and a great thought on happiness

I wouldn’t define myself a religious person, but I do believe that some random causes and effects influence the way our lives are shaped. I used to think that being superstitious was a form of ignorance. I still think this way, but I can’t help putting some things I can’t explain in the hands of… Continue reading toulouse // la ville rose and a great thought on happiness

strangers on skateboards are wiser than most people I know // on randomness, control freaks and the fun inbetween

Yesterday I went for dinner with some friends to an Italian restaurant, one of those with foreign waitresses who were taught some words like Grazie and Arrivederci, the menu with the original titles of recipes and an approximate translation in English and cooks with strong stereotypical names and even stronger accents. A bottle of prosecco… Continue reading strangers on skateboards are wiser than most people I know // on randomness, control freaks and the fun inbetween

where to go next?

We all aspire to something - it might be aiming big like becoming the next president of the United States, or small like getting enough food to feed your family. We all have different motives in our day-to-day lives, we all have a different perception of life. Some would rather plan ahead while others would choose… Continue reading where to go next?

stubbornness, naivety and indulges

I’ve never been sure about how things work – not because I can’t understand the rules of the game, but because I always end up getting lost in my mind when someone reads them out loud, sets the boundaries and draws the lines. I’m not sure if it’s a matter of stubbornness, curiosity or the… Continue reading stubbornness, naivety and indulges

to find home // a monologue

Paris, March 2017 I went back home for a couple of days, and a word kept on coming up in my mind. Home.  After living around for more than two years, back and forth between places, going back where I grew up always gives me an odd sentiment, a mixture of bitterness and promptness. You… Continue reading to find home // a monologue