My time in Tokyo was great, and I’d like to share with you at least part of the beauty I saw.
However, since I took more than 1000 pictures, it wasn’t easy to select just a few for this post. Hopefully it will work.
I leave it to them now, hoping they can deliver to you at least part of the beautiful feeling this city left me with.
A big thanks to all my Japanese friends who made this vacation so spacial.
I’ll be back!
Here we are!
I really couldn’t wait to share with you my article published on Italian New York about the best trends by Italian fashion designers for this Fall/Winter season!
You will find all the best trends and the must pieces – from accessories to coats and shoes – but remember: you are the most important element! So don’t forget to Personalize every look!
Click here to read the article and yes, you are allowed to go shopping afterward!
I would like share with you one of the many traditions of this island that everybody should visit.
All pictures are property of Elena_Sc’s bolg ©
To read more about “my” Sardinia click here
To read more about Italy click here
It was a running day in Vancouver when, walking on Chinatown we ran into this stand.
We got one, and it was soooo good!
Since that day I am craving for it…. even if I don’t even know what it is.
Egg ball, this is everything I know about it!
Have you ever tried?
Can anybody give me some more info and tell me if I can find it in Toronto?
On October 15 is Blog Action Day, get involved now!
Blog Action Day an annual event that unites the world’s bloggers in posting about the same issue on the same day. Our aim is to raise awareness and trigger a global discussion around an important issue that impacts us all.
First and last, the purpose of Blog Action Day is to create a discussion. We ask bloggers to take a single day out of their schedule and focus it on an important issue.
By doing so on the same day, the blogging community effectively changes the conversation on the web and focuses audiences around the globe on that issue.
This year’s topic is water.
Right now, almost a billion people on the planet don’t have access to clean, safe drinking water. That’s one in eight of us who are subject to preventable disease and even death because of something that many of us take for granted.
Access to clean water is not just a human rights issue. It’s an environmental issue. An animal welfare issue. A sustainability issue. Water is a global issue, and it affects all of us.
THE GREAT NEWS
The great new is the White House and the UK Foreign Office will both be joining us in blogging about water on Blog Action Day this Friday.
With more influential blogs set to confirm their participation in the next few days, Blog Action Day 2010 is shaping up to be the biggest single day of action about clean water on record. But to make sure this happens, we need your help.
Read my post about Water’s footprint in Fashion here