September 30, 2014

hasta luego

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April 20, 2013

Just wanted to say I am still there, working very hard, but come back in some time, not too long, and there will be some news! Sometimes you have to prioritize and blogging has to come after many many other things at the moment. I miss it though...

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see you all soon!!

March 04, 2013

breath of fresh air

Hey friend! Long time no see! Winter has been a bit long and I was working non stop creatively hibernating BUT the sun has come back, and my body and creativity are awake again, we will need to catch up! 
Yesterday was such a great, I just wanted to share some springy photos of plants. I paid my first visit to the Barbican Conservatory, a beautiful haven in the busy city... Gave me a lot of energy!

January 15, 2013

January 13, 2013


There is another 'new year resolution' I forgot to add to last weeks post... Since Christmas and even before, I have been thinking about giving presents and receiving them. This last Christmas I made a point in making most of my presents. And I had a really great time!
Presents don't need to be big, they don't need to cost much either... Little attentions are so much more thoughtful, getting a postcard, a handwritten note from someone can be the most priceless things. So when someone spends time thinking of you while make something, it is very special.

I was discussing the issue with various people who were sharing their experience of getting a present with 'no meaning' from someone who clearly didn't know them. A present, to me, is a way to connect, by showing someone you know them, of wanting to tell them you were thinking of them at a certain time. Knowing the person, giving a gift, yes. Presents are overrated, there's so much pressure to always buy buy buy...

Ok, you might think I am over thinking this too much, and yes ok, I am not claiming I get it 100% right everytime - I just try and enjoy the art of giving and putting as much thoughts and effort everytime I give someone something. Because I have observed the pre-Christmas rush, it was a really fascinating experience, watching people buy absolutely anything just to tick names off their lists of presents to buy. No thought there... just waste.

Right, I am not saying I will not buy anything, for example, I gave my sister some of her favourite British cheese as one of her little Christmas gifts. She was absolutely thrilled, this sort of purchase may be an exception to home made - yes I am not yet able to make cheese myself!