23 June 2013

Moving out

Everyone told me that when you have to move out from the place you have raised up to another one it's a difficult thing.
Actually, I don't find it such a difficult or tough challenge. Well, maybe packing up everything is difficult and I'm losing 1 kg per day (I should consider this as a new kind of work out D: ), but I'm feeling so happy to go in a new place, to start a new experience.
I'm a little bit worried about my not being concerned about moving out and my parents' divorce.

You know, I love to change. I change clothes, bedrooms, hair colour, nail polish as often as possible.
That's not because I love trying new things, but because I can't stand seeing the same things for a long time.
It happened with my hair: after I had dyed my hair for years I had decided to return to my natural colour, but after one year I re-started dying them.

Same thing is occuring with America, with my dream of going to University in London and with the moving out.

So, I was wondering: am I just a person who doesn't like to stay in a place for long or am I just running away from everything?
This question actually can't make me sleep at night, because I'm wondering how it's going to be in 20 years, when I'm probably going to have a job and stay in the same place forever.
Is this why I want to become a writer? Only in order to travel around the world and not have to stay just in one place for years and years?

Oh God, this is mind fucking. Literally.

Well, I'm leaving you with one of my Polyvore.com set. 

That's everything by now.


21 June 2013

There and Back Again

I've finally been to London to meet my svenska friend Frida. Was fantastic meeting her. :)

The sad thing's to come back home. Disperatly want to go back there :(

By the way, here's the summary of these days:
- First day was actually amazing. I've met lots of people and we had an incredible night out @Movida. Not met any youtuber, though. I was hoping too much on it, maybe.. Anyway really a good day.
- The second day we were so tired that we got up at noon and been to Starbucks to have breakfast/lunch. In the late afternoon we've been to Frida's friend's house in Barnes which was actually A-M-A-Z-I-N-G.

Bought some nice things indeed. 

Some Boots' products that I highly recommend to everyone because they are so good, above all for people like me that have oily skin. 

They're the Tea Tree + Witch Hazel products.
Not so convinced about the face mask, though. 

I've even bought a very beautiful collar shirt with a little gold chain that is absolutely amazing, and was only for £3. I'm so happy with it!
I would take a picture but right now is at laundry (wore it too many times!).
But I'm not as happy with it as for Primark's Kohl which was only for £1 and right now I can understand why. 

You're going to learn that I love collar shirts as they are one of the few piece of clothes that can really fit me and I was waiting for this revival just to wear them..

I've recently bought two nice dress on Forever21 web site and I'm really looking forward to try them on.
When in London, I've been to the Oxford Circus store, but I don't know, I think they have way prettier things on the website and that's a pity, cause you can't try them on, have to wait and paid for the delivery. D: 


p.s. Let me know what you think about the dresses!

12 June 2013


"Fashion, put it all on me, don't you wanna see these clothes on me?"
Lady Gaga - Fashion

I've just discovered Polyvore.com. It's just a terrific web site and I found it really useful for packing up my luggage for London (Oh yes, baby, I'm leaving the day after tomozz.
I've found some piece of clothes which are so beautiful that I'm going to buy them asap.
Like this Montgomery that Taylor Swift wore some months ago. Why is so hot in Italy right now, shit? D:

I wish I had all these clothes. They are fabulous, especially the mint blue ones. :')
It's all for now, may write something later.


10 June 2013

Stop Procrastinating

I've noticed that I procrastinate a lot. Everytime, for everything.
So, from yesterday I decided that I'm going to do everything that I always wanted to do but that I always haven't done because of all the "I'm too tired" or "I have to study" or even "I'm starting it on monday" things.
That's why I started the GM's diet (which I admit it's really tough, the first two days above all), because I want to lose weight before London and my year in America.
I also decided that I'm writing a post a day on the blog, because I always say "No, I'm not doing it now, I don't have enough time".
As my favourite blogger Zoella said, we need to say yes to more things, and not to stay in our comfortable zone.
I mean, it's just a waste of time doing later what you can do right now, isn't?
So just say yes to the nights out and don't stay home because you're too lazy, read now that novel you want to read and don't wait for the weekend.
You will notice how many things you can do and how many you've lost just because you have procrastinated.
That's all by now.

9 June 2013

School's end

Finally, after 9 months of uninterrupted study, school has ended.
With all the joy (and the pain) I'm now having my deserved holidays.
Yet I was sad to leave all my classmates, because after 3 years they've become my family and I won't see them for an entire year.
But now an extremely fantastic experience is waiting for me and I can't wait to be in America.
I mean, after all it's going to be a not so tough year and I'm dying to leave as soon as possible.

The last days summary was the following: face ruined during the traditional bath in the fountain, 3rd place in the annual Farronato football tournament and maybe an average of 7 in the school's results.
Not so bad, definitely.