Considerations about my time in England

What I have concluded, after my second English sojourn, is that all places have a soul, which cannot be experienced or anticipated before actually going and living there for a while. Some places speak louder to our inner selves than others. And we see them, experience them and feel them based on how we feel in that moment of our lives.

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Afternoon tea at Betty’s

Dear friends, I hope you’ve had a wonderful Easter. I am sorry if I haven’t written anything for a while, but I have been enjoying the holidays and the first rays of sunshine that have finally hit this rainy and cloudy island.   Today I went with my parents to Harrogate, a lovely town in … Continue reading Afternoon tea at Betty’s

The untranslatable words you need to know to live a better life

“The limits of my language mean the limits of my world” Ludwig Wittgenstein Have you ever come across a word in your language that doesn’t seem to have a direct translation in the others? Thanks to the Internet, it’s possible to find hundreds of them and it’s very interesting and entertaining to browse through them. … Continue reading The untranslatable words you need to know to live a better life

Walking and writing: the perfect recipe to calm the soul

Disclaimer: this could be a quite philosophical article, so, if you’re not in the mood for some abstract thoughts, skip it. But if you’re looking for a way to address anxiety and stress, keep on reading. I’ll share with you two totally free and simple strategies I use myself whenever I feel bad for some … Continue reading Walking and writing: the perfect recipe to calm the soul