It has been a while… I have several blog posts awaiting to be finished in my drafts and I should really work on these, however, as we are nearing the end of 2018, I wanted to share my resolution for 2019 - which is not something I usually do, but I really felt the need to this year.
Cup of coffee in one hand, I got one of my too many notebooks out and begun making a list, which started to look like this:
lose the pregnancy and post pregnancy weight: eat healthy and exercise more (google workouts to do at home);
be more organised: do not wait till the beginning of January to do my tax return; batch cook food at weekends for the week; keep on top of what needs to be done in the house ;
be more productive: write at least a blog post a month, dedicate more some time to personal projects, procrastinate less. Read More
This is NOT my usual post, as I won't talk about travel or what to do in London. This year has been quite different for me, as at the beginning of it I gave birth to my son, Kamil. I am not one to talk about my pregnancy or share my birth story, however, I would like to share the things I have experienced and learned after becoming a mum.
I didn't need to buy any newborn clothes (or any other size for that matter)- newborn size was way too small. Read More
A few months ago I was approached to partner with AHBD Dairy to learn more about Dairy Read More
Farm, I must admit I was delighted and keen to get involved, since my maternal grandparents
had a small farm back home in Italy and I have early memories of my grandma patiently
milking one of the cows for us to enjoy a glass of milk. My parents knew where all the food
we ate came from, mostly from my grandparents' farm or my dad's own garden.
Nowadays, it is even more important to be a conscious buyer and understand fully where the
products you buy come from. Therefore, I was keen to meet Angus and visit his dairy farm to
learn directly how it is run, on the day I also had a chance to speak to his daughter, Rosie, and
his son, Henry. Angus' farm, together with all other UK dairy farms, is part of a global
network with 240 million people directly or indirectly employed on 133 million dairy farms
around the world.
I took a bit of a break from updating this website and after several months I have finally found time to finish this post. Firstly, this is not a post on how to grow your followers on Instagram, so if that is what you were hoping for you might not want to keep reading this. I often get asked about how I started on Instagram and how long I have been on the platform, so I decided to take a trip down memory lane to talk about my Instagram journey and why Instagram is still - despite all the changes and the algorithm- my favourite social media channel. Read More
I love living in London, there is always so much to see and do. However I am also keen to see more of this country, as there are so many stunning places and I definitely haven't explored enough. So I was delighted when Southerneast Railway invited me to visit Rochester and find some hidden gems. To be honest, I believe Rochester is a hidden gem itself, as many people might choose Canterbury for a day trip from London and Rochester would not necessarily be one's first choice. So why should you visit Rochester and what is there to do and where should you eat? Read More