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Intro

Travelling has always been in my blood. Ok, I know that nowadays that might sound mainstream, but in my case it’s very true. At age 11, I had already lived in 3 different places in Italy. Even if these travels were inside a country, I think they profoundly shaped me since a very young age: … Continue reading Intro

Cross-cultural relationships at the time of Coronavirus + petition

What about all the narrative revolving around us living in a globalized world? What about the free circulation of people and not only of goods which made it possible if not normal to make friends and establish relationships abroad, broadening our horizons? What about the discourse telling us we’re citizens of the world? Nobody seems to think about that now.

From quantity to quality

I am writing sitting on my sofa, outside it’s a sunny, bright and cold day. It’s the third week of my quarantine: I rarely go out, just to throw out the rubbish. I won’t be talking about politics nor about the practical impact of this global crisis. Instead, I will be talking about how I am living these days.

Travelling as a self-discovery

Travelling isn't always easy. Living abroad can sometimes be exhausting and hard and make you realize many things about yourself that you didn't know. I have been living in the Netherlands now for more than a year. The longest journey of my life, in terms of length but also of emotional growth.I share with you some of the life lessons I learnt through this long and hard period.