I’m not going to actually review any of the books. Why? Because, as I previously stated, my love for this series has gone way past the point of review. In my opinion, this series is flawless. It is the most perfect example of storytelling, and I even daresay it ranks higher than Harry Potter and … Continue reading Not really a Book review: How To Train Your Dragon series by Cressida Cowell
... even though I am going to travel and might post something about it (but it's not a done deal). I plan on going to Europe and staying there for three months, two in Italy, my family's land, one month in the Nederlands (because I feel like it) and maybe a week in Austria. I have … Continue reading This is still not a travel blog…
As I recently said, I'm rereading the How To Train Your Dragon series and let me tell you, I'm truly obsessed with it. I even decided to take a break and read something else (The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen, for that matter) and I just. can't. do it. After the deep immersion … Continue reading Painting with the Fox #7 (and a weird mini exposition of my thoughts about Cressida Cowell’s writing)
I'd pay. Seriously. (Probably) (I apologize in advance for the mini rant this post is all about. I just had to talk about it) I just created my Instagram account and I have absolutely no idea of what to do with it (which is why I resisted so long in the first place). I'm not … Continue reading Making friends online: why there are no courses about that?
When I started reading back in middle school, books were an escape. Whenever I had free time, like lunch or in between classes, I would read. The thing is I only read when I was at the school (meaning no books during weekend and holidays). It worked for years, but then school ended and I … Continue reading Creating habits: the incredible Don’t Break The Chain Calendar