Guest Post: Hello, Beatrice’s Speaking!

Hello, it’s me! And.. Guess what?! Sorry for disappointing you all, but I’m not the very beginning of an Adele’s song. Joking.. Anyway, it’s my first time as a blogger and I don’t wanna bother Camilla asking her for tips ‘cause I’ve been annoying her too much lately, chatting about my girlish Uni crush on…

The Perks of Having 2 Homes

For the column #ThePerksOf we have another piece this week(end). What should I say, there are a lot of perks in my life right now. Anyway, when I got back home, on a rainy Thursday night (it wasn’t raining, but the rain makes the perfect atmosphere to start a piece) I dropped my luggage in the…

The Perks of Having 6 Hours of Lessons

On Tuesday and on Thursday, I have six hours of lessons, respectively 9-13/14-16 and 9-13/16-18. At first, I thought it was pretty fine. I mean, we have a cool teacher for the last hours of Tuesday, therefore I didn’t really see the problem. Till today, when at about 13 (Thursday) I was dragging myself out…

Why University is Different from High School

… what a smart title, I know. Because otherwise it would have been called high school, my dear – I imagine you thinking. However, for how obvious it seems, I have to say high school is really completely different from university. For instance, I used to have 30 hours per week of high school and…

From Runner 2 Biker

I’ve always run. Sometimes more, sometimes less, but always, since I was little. Maybe because I was late, maybe because I was sad, maybe because I was excited. But I’ve always felt the desire to run, every now and then. Not since I moved to Trento. First, I thought it was because of the place….

Survival Guide for Trento: Food

Since I am out all day every day, I had to figure out how to survive in this crazy not so little town. First of all, let me tell you do never exaggerate on using your internet for Facebook and stuff like that, because you are going to need it, before or later, for the GPS. For instance, last…

UniLife: Week #1

You need 15 days to get used to something. You need one month to love it. And a lifetime to forget it. I should have posted way earlier and I am sorry for that. The thing is I was planning to launch the new website in fall and to begin a lot of new columns,…

11.09.2001

Some things change the way we think. The way we live. The way we relate. The way we are. 15 years ago, when my parents told me about the twin towers’ attack, I was probably playing with some kind of barbie or whatever. I was a 4 years old girl who believed there were no…

Ile de Cavallo #1

When you read this post, I will be struggling with an oversize luggage (which happens to be overweight for sure) either on the boat or on the taxi. I will have collected my experiences and my adventures and, with my old aged moleskine (read MacBook) to write down my thoughts I will be traveling back…

September: Wind of Change

List of things I have to do when I get home (simplified version): The laundry Go to Liguria Go to the Apple Store and get my iphone fixed Buy my fixed iPhone a new cover Find a house/room/a place in Trento Pack my stuff and move out Go to Bologna and meet Chiara Go to…