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 love travelling, and sometimes I wonder who doesn’t!
The world is so big and there are so many things to see and learn that I always say that the best way to live is travelling!
However, there are some places that are not in my “to visit asap” list, and not even in my “to visit maybe one day” list. I guess everybody has preferences about countries or travel experiences that would better satisfy their curiosity.
When it happens to visit these unexpected places it might be a life changing trip.
I have never thought I would visit Japan… but it looks like it’s going to happen.
This trip is so important to me because is happening when everything in my life is changing for good. It’s a great opportunity that will give me the chance to recharge my mind and soul and come back to reality ready to enjoy whatever life has in stock for me.
I also will be visiting some friends that I haven’t seen for years, and it will beI know I’m going to have a great time.
It’s funny, looks like every big change in my life starts with a trip…. so I guess every trip is the trip of my life.
I haven’t been blogging for a while, and as I said, I’m back….maybe.
The past six months have been a rollercoaster that changed me as well as my life.
There are few things that I held on during this ride, trying to find some moments of peace and remember what life is about. Small things, I know, but sometimes it’s all it takes to smile, to feel things will get better, and we can find a way no matter what.
I thought it would be nice to blog about the good side of the past six months, and I’m going to start right now.
In the past I often saw my father and other relatives making homemade pasta, but this was my very first experience, and it was great!
It’s an excellent way to live your home, stay in company, and at the same time doing something productive and healthy that will stay with you and your family for months.
It might sound snob, but now I have hard time using canned tomato sauce, and I can’t wait to do it all over again!
This was actually a great gift that I got, and we want to make is a family tradition!
Another good thing I did – and here I answer to all of you who wrote me wondering how things were going – it’s been going back to run. After shin splints, a stress fracture, and a pretty recent dislocated knee, I wasn’t of course able to achieve my goal to run my first 10k race.
As those of you who followed my running journey can probably understand, the disappointment was overwhelming, and the lack of motivation even worse. I had to start over after every injury, and it was getting harder and harder.
I don’t even know how I started again, I just did.
I’m not even close to the training level that I was at the end of the winter, but I’m running. Every time I wonder why I’m doing it, but I feel alive.
I guess my goal still stands.
(Btw, where to you keep your key when you go running?)
to be continued…..