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  • March 29, 2020 by

    perhaps the world’s second worst crime is boredom; the first is being a bore Cecil Beaton

  • The one year rule

    March 29, 2020 by

    The one-year rule is simple: in one years’ time, what will I regret not starting today. The question does make you ponder. Repeating and perfecting an action for a year will make it a solid habit, one that I might even be good at. Not passing the intermediate plateau in French Passing the intermediate plateau… Read more

  • March 18, 2020 by

    5. Angèle – Ta Reine A softer ballad for the cold weather 4. Weight of love – The Black Keys 3. Je pense a toi – Amadou et Mariam Soft, melodious and catchy. 2. Les deux guitares – Opa Tsupa Opa Tsupa is a French string quintet that were inspired by the swing of the… Read more

  • A modern notion of self-worth

    March 18, 2020 by

    Yesterday, I watched a clip whereby women gave advice to other women. Across all ages, the recurring motif was: 1) reduce the monitor: don’t believe you’re inferior, don’t worry about taking up space in the world, don’t let anyone devalue you or intimidate you out of what you know is right, don’t let anyone treat… Read more

  • Tips for travelling alone

    December 2, 2019 by

    Bring a book Bringing a book will help you out if you’re on a bus, plane train, tram or car to pass time. But you can also use a book as a great way to chill in cafes, museums, parks and not feel overly self conscious of your solo travelling! Book a walking tour Walking… Read more

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