Being a new mom is a challenge on its own. Being s new mom in a different country, far away from my relatives and the closest friends is another challenge on its own. Parenhood in Italy for the most part is based on the availability of grandparents to watch your child. You know a saying:… Continue reading How to find time to work out when you have a small baby
Post partum; it is okay not to be picture perfect straight after delivery! Give your body time to heal, it will tell you when it's ready.
When I was a little girl, I really looked forward for Sunday lunch; my mom was cooking dinner for everyone and my aunt usually stopped by and brought my grandma along as well, and we all would have a family lunch. Or Christmas Eve dinner.. my mom would be in kitchen literally all… Continue reading Starting a new family tradition
I like Italy. I have been here for the past nine years, I have traveled and lived in different cities, met people from all over italy.. but yet there are things about this country that are.. well.. just oddly funny! Here are 5 of them: 1. People talk over each other. Have you ever had… Continue reading Oddly funny things about italy 🇮🇹
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Its 2018!! Isn’t that wonderful!! I’ve made it through another crazy year, but the good thing is, I’m still here, and I’m here with goals. I know a lot of people want to set goals dealing with weight loss, or purchasing a new item. But what happen if you make it your goal to become a better person. Well now you can. Even though we are in the 3rd month of 2018, you can still set those wonderful goals you always wanted to accomplish. Before I became serious about becoming an entrepreneur, I always had goals I wanted to accomplish, but became busy with my family and this thing called life, that I kinda put them on the back burner. It was this one goal I wrote down and shared with my husband, the joy of investing in ourselves. At that time it seemed impossible because of my financial situation…
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Is in it amazing how everyone we come across has something to tell us about how to do things with our child, how to sleep train right from the beginning or that co-sleeping is a big No-No, or that you should definitely do the “cry it out” method, you know, so baby doesn’t need you… Continue reading Imperfectly perfect mommy (a letter to my fellow moms)
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Today is International Women’s Day (in case you missed it). There have been so many posts written on why Women’s Day is needed; I won’t bore anyone with repetition. But today did make me think about feminism.
I consider myself a thoroughly modern feminist. I wear pink, I love dresses, I shave my body hair and I’m a model who very often poses in bikinis. In times gone by, and in other people’s opinions, these things alone should make me anti-feminism. But, the way I see it, a real, true feminist should be able to do exactly what she wants to.
I don’t wear pink to appeal to men – I wear pink because I like the colour. I’m not a model because anyone else told me to be – I’m a model because I enjoy being my own boss, and I’m bloody proud of what I’ve achieved. I shave…
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No language can express the power, and beauty, and heroism, and majesty of a mother’s love. / Edwin Hubbell Chapin