Top 5 #ClassicFlavia

Do you know when everything runs smooth in your life or exactly as you planned? I don't! Every time I move something breaks, falls, tries to make my life difficult. I considered the idea of "cosmic bad luck", then I realized it's simply me. But, in the end, I have to say that's what makes … Continue reading Top 5 #ClassicFlavia

About me: an open book.

I will bring you inside the chaos in my mind, so I think you should have some background random information about me. I'd also appreciate if you could comment with something about yourself or eventually questions you might have ๐Ÿ™‚ Let's get it started! ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡นย I'm an (a)typical Italian, or better Sicilian. Even though I speak … Continue reading About me: an open book.

The map

Remark: this post in NOT about travels! ๐Ÿ˜‰ There are a lot of things people collect as a hobby: currency, stamps, sea shells, Pokemon cards...well, if you remember, I've already told you I collect "countries", or maybe I should say nationalities. If you don't remember, check here:ย It all started when I realized I've had … Continue reading The map

“Strong women still need their hands held”

Introductory remark: I am going to start this post by telling you something that could make you feel uncomfortable (at least that's how people generally react to it). However, I think you should know it, since it made me who I am (in a good and in a bad way) My dad died in a … Continue reading “Strong women still need their hands held”

The first month…

I wish I could say time flies, but in this case, it would be a lie. My first month in Copenhagen was so intense, it seems ages since I arrived here. This time, the "cultural shock" was a punch in the face, or maybe I'd just forgotten how hard it was the first period in … Continue reading The first month…

The Black Ship

"Now that he was home he felt more lost than ever, but it was an inner loss. There was an emptiness inside him, an odd sense that the longer he stayed here, the more of a stranger he would be to himself" The marriage of the opposites - Alice Hoffman Have you ever felt wrong? … Continue reading The Black Ship