Some months ago, I was excited to start a writing habit. I failed. Want to know what I learned? I’ve never had a blog before, but when I found that some people were writing successfully as a habit, I thought it was cool and jumped on the bandwagon. It seemed the turning point of my […]
Today is my birthday! 🎂 I’m officially 31, time flies! I wanted to write something about me growing old, what I did, and what I would like to do, but today is a party day, I will avoid any further reflection. This evening I’ll eat 🍕 pizza with my family. It’s a great occasion to enjoy […]
Wrote something personal about what is going on in my life. Didn’t share with anyone, just this later update.
These days I’m dealing with a lack of motivation because I don’t know where I’m going and which outcome I’m getting. Sometimes I force myself to write things only to continue the streak, but I’m encountering difficulties that are hard to push through. I feel like I don’t have a mission. Just journaling doesn’t reward me […]
You can’t change the wind’s course, but exploiting the wind, you can change your direction. Freely inspired by a TEDx Talk in Ferrara.
I barely understand why everything is so Instagram-centric nowadays. And I don’t say this because I’m “old” but rather because I don’t know how most people post photos of themselves or their activities with such consistency. I try to spend my time living life, so if there is the opportunity to catch a photo or […]
Lazy update today. I should rest a bit.
Today I have been in Venice for my brother Marco’s graduation! The Rector of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice awarded my brother a Bachelor’s Degree in Language, Civilisation, and the Science of Language. Congrats, Marco, I’m so proud of you! The celebrations and the iconic hat throw took place in Piazza San Marco, the most famous Venice square. […]
“Why” is the driving force that leads our actions. Thinking about most of my failures, I realized the reasons weren’t about what I should have done. I knew everything about the steps. What made me fail was a weak inner motivation. Having a strong why helps overcome anything: clarify goals, set priorities, push through setbacks. […]
Time is the measurement unit of our lives. Everything revolves around those 60 seconds, multiplied endlessly. Without time, we will not be able to arrange a meeting with someone. Imagine waiting for your friend indefinitely because he didn’t know when he should have come. We postpone things later based on time: “Yeah, I know I should […]