All right, so November is probably one of the most depressing month ever. The days are super short, it’s getting cold and it rains way too much. Thank god for hot chocolate, right? But since I can’t only drink hot chocolate to make me forget about the oh so sad weather (who am I kidding? Of course I can but I’m an adult and I decide not to), I figured that the next best thing would be to remember some of the great trips I took to sunny places. And lately, I’ve been thinking to one of my favorite trips ever: Palo Alto. I don’t know if you know this, but I’m a nerd. So needless to say that I was super excited when I got the chance to go there and visit Stanford University. Now let’s walk down memory lane….
How are you? Having a good time this summer? As you know, I love reading. Always have, always will 😉 A few years back, I wasn’t a huge fan of non-fiction but for the past couple of years I’ve really been enjoying this genre. So I prepared for you a particular list of non-fiction books. As you probably guessed by the title of the post, these are non-fiction books written by celebrities. In the list, there are some books I already read (and enjoyed – I read some others but didn’t them as much) and books I want to read.
Week – 3 for me. In 3 weeks, I’ll finally be in vacations and hopefully, by now, I will be relaxing under the sun on a beach. If you want to spend the day at the beach, the key is to make sure that you don’t forget anything at your hotel room or apartment. You have to make sure you have absolutely everything with you. Nothing more annoying than to get really comfortable and then realise that you forgot you sunscreen in your room (that’s not entirely true, I can think of a few things that are more annoying than that but I wanted to add some dramatic effect… ). So to make sure that you don’t find yourself in this unfortunate situation, here are the things I always put in my beach bag.
In less than a month, I’ll be on vacation in Dinard. I went there last year and totally fell in love with that city so we decided that we’d go back this year. I might be counting the days till our trip. And I might already be packing in my head.
Like most people, I hate packing (although the absolute worst is unpacking but that’s an whole other story); packing is always a pain but there are some easy parts: there are three things that I systematically take with me. Continue reading “Three Things I Always Pack For Trips”→
I live by that motto. A typical Sunday for me looks like this: I wake up late. I go to the gym (yes, I am that courageous). I have lunch. And in the afternoon: I. Do. Nothing.
When I was a kid, I used to hate Sundays because it meant that the next day I had to go to school. So basically, I enjoyed only half of my weekend which is kind of sad when you think of it. Now I have learned to like love Sundays. I don’t know what or when it changed, maybe it’s when I started working. When you’re still studying, you can’t really spend your whole day doing nothing without feeling guilty (or was it only me?). Now, that problem has gone away… most of the time. Continue reading “I Love My Lazy Sundays”→