The mistake I do not want to repeat this year is to put too much pressure on myself with projects about being rich and always be doing something important. I also cannot behave as I used to just a few months back: always being at home, resting, watching TV, reading or studying. The more activities you engage in, the more you want to be active, and this is exactly what I am feeling at the moment and how I have felt for the past 6 months. Continue reading “Week 16 – The week I did not stay at home”
A hot wave surprised all Parisians last week-end and those who had not planned any escape to the fresher countryside met in the many parks of the French capital. Continue reading “Week 15 – The Day I subscribed for a 10km race”
Saturday the 13th of May I was in Buzios, a beautiful town close to Rio de Janeiro, to attend a Brazilian wedding, and by the 20th I was back in Paris to attend my first Moroccan wedding. Continue reading “Week 14 – From a Wedding in Brazil to a Moroccan Wedding in Paris in a Week”
The Brigadeiro is a common Brazilian delicacy made from condensed milk, cocoa powder, butter and chocolate or nuts sprinkles to cover the outside layer. Continue reading “Week 13 – The food I brought back from Rio – Recipe of the Brigadeiro”
Here is the list of the main spots in Rio and some Quick Tips on how to move in the city. Continue reading “Week 13 – Visiting Rio, Tips and Views”
Today is Day 3 in Rio de Janeiro and I have been in love with it from the moment I landed in Brazil.
At work we recently welcomed a new member in our team, a tall not very talkative young guy. Although we sit in the same office with 6 other people, I did not have the chance to speak to him in the short time he has been among us, mostly because I did not make the effort this week.