Uh oh...what is this? A woman revealing her age? Yes, proudly. This is a tribute to my 30s. Thirties you were amazing, even though you started like a Netflix horror series trailer. Are you ready for the plot? A week before my 30th birthday, I was made redundant. Not a good start right? I was … Continue reading Hello 1979
"Uber, the world's largest taxi company owns no vehicles. Facebook the world’s most popular media owner creates no content. Alibaba, the most valuable retailer has no inventory. Airbnb the world's largest accommodation provider owns no real estate. Something interesting is happening." Tom Goodwin in TechCrunch, March 2015.
Whaaaaat?!!! Yes, I'm one of those annoying people adding lots of vowels and exclamations marks at the end of the words to add some emotion to it. Even when I talk, my eyes and arms recreate the scene. It's all about making a big issue of everything. Blame all the soap operas that I watched when … Continue reading The art of overreacting
I didn't know there was such a thing as Imposter Syndrome until Wednesday night. I started my 2019 eager to rejoin the Creative London circles, SheSays sent me an email...and Couching sounded good to me -so I attended their first event of the year. I got to Wieden+Kennedy's London office and we headed downstairs. I … Continue reading Shut up Imposter!
One of my favourite things after Christmas is finding leftovers in the fridge. The joy of not cooking plus finding a seasonal set menu for a week is wonderful. Supposedly January is about dieting, but not in this house. Every night when I check the cupboards looking for something to eat, I keep finding hamper … Continue reading After Christmas goodies
But I did know that I had to put mine away in order to write this article. It seems like we are all suffering from phone addiction or "Nomophobia", an abbreviation for "no-mobile-phone phobia" - a term proposed during a UK study evaluating anxieties suffered by mobile phone users when they "lose their mobile phone, … Continue reading Phones are not bad
After publishing my previous post, I kept thinking... telling people not to read is not a good message, especially for myself. Life is a contradiction, so here is my new post about a very inspiring book: LEAN IN by Sheryl Sandberg -Chief Operating Officer of Facebook. A good friend gave it to me on one … Continue reading Must read to write
I've been trying to finish 3 books in order to write something about them. As you can see by my title: I failed. I keep leaving the books in different parts of the house to give them a fair chance. Downstairs is the book about love and funny stories. When I'm upstairs I read random … Continue reading No need to read to write
I haven't been networking for ages. While living in London it was so easy to attend all the courses and events at least once a week. Now that I moved to Essex and after having 2 kids, escaping for 3 hours to London requires a "bit" of planning. Anyway, I made it last week to … Continue reading How are you, really? By Cannes Lions
We are probably obsessed (let's say we instead of just me) about doing check-ins at fancy places so the world can be jealous about our days. We are obsessed with locations but nobody cares about maps. Contradictory ah!? I decided to do a little research to update my Cartography brain and discover some of the fantastic things … Continue reading Let’s talk about maps