Guess who's back? I don't know why I've found it so hard to write on here in the last 6 months. I have numerous saved drafts that were attempts to make contact, instead they fell out of time relevance, seemed unimportant in the face of global catastrophes, and I couldn't imagine the point of me … Continue reading Happy Hiatus!
I meant to have this ready to publish for the 7th of September... Alas, four years ago on the 7th September I moved to Granada, Spain for a year. I haven't really written much about my time abroad, honestly it took me a long time to separate the good from the bad. Hindsight can help … Continue reading Four years ago…
Your Biggest Regret While it's not good to have regrets about things we can't change... what I do regret is all the times in my life where I took the passive route instead of being more actively involved in my own life. Times where I left early to go home and nap (I do love … Continue reading 30 Day Blogging Challenge – Day 25
Day 7 - Your 5 favourite songs In which language? Which genre? That's way too hard a question! Okay, 5 favourite songs (that I can think of right now) in my top 4 languages: English Save My Soul - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Here's to us - Halestorm Only God Knows Why - Kid Rock … Continue reading 30 Day Blogging Challenge – Day #7
Day 2 - 20 facts about you I'm proudly Scottish and European. I love my country and showing it off to visitors. I'm a language addict. English is my native language, Italian is my best second language. I can cope in Spanish (reading's fine, and mostly listening - it's the speaking I have trouble with) … Continue reading 30 Blogging Challenge – Day #2
I've been wanting to post for a while some of my favourite non-English songs, so here is a selection of just five... I may do this regularly to share what I've found. (Yes, some of these are recent chart hits.. but they're catchy and on my list to stay.) 1. Échame la culpa - Luis Fonsi … Continue reading 5 Canciones en Español
There are many misconceptions about what being smart is. The idea that the grades you earn in school or even university; that they can somehow define your potential, your essence is absurd. You may not have paid attention in school, uninspired and left behind. You may have scraped by and gone on to a University … Continue reading Smart and Imperfect