Two different people, two different personalities

Hi everyone!

I hope you are doing great and you are all having a nice week so far.

A few days ago, I was putting some order into my chaotic underwear drawer. My flatmate (also one of my dearest friends) came in and witnessed this moment where I was classifying everything with extra care and by colours. I remember her reaction being “I find it really funny that you have a lot of pink and white going on in here. I rarely wear pink. I really like that people who are so close and have so much in common have different preferences with these kind of small personal details”.

Today’s post is about friendship and about contrasting personalities. For that, I used the kind help of a very classy close friend of mine who popped by London for a few days. (No, not my flatmate).

Let me introduce you to Patricia.


6 reasons why should you live abroad at least once in your life

Hi everyone,

I hope you are having a nice week so far!


This week’s post came with one day of delay as I have been travelling to Spain! And I couldn’t be more excited about being on my way back home, driving at ninety down those country lanes, like Ed Sheeran would say. Or probably not. No, I don’t think he would say this… but in my head, I like to imagine he sings everything he does in real life.

No, ladies -and gents, if any!-, I am not getting distracted from the main topic of today’s post. In fact, this post has been inspired by the song “Castle on the Hill”, created by the abovementioned ginger haired human being.


Feeling lost in Camden Town

Hi everyone!


I hope you are having a nice week so far.


Today’s post is quite special. To be honest with you, I have been giving it some thought and I kept the photographs for two months until I found the right time and place to share them with you.

As I have been traveling for the past few weeks, I encountered many lost souls –including myself– on my adventures journey. Beautiful people with a feeling of drift alongside, with no directions defined.



I believe, at some point, we all feel lost in life. And all of us, at some point feel desperate for a life guide book or a sign –anything, really– that shows us what is our next step in life.