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Writer, book blogger, tea drinker, late night snacker.
Professional cryer who spends way too much time online, eating books for breakfast.

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This week has been stressful. So stressful that I started doing Yoga every single day just to get the hell outside and relieve some anxiety. My muscles ache but I'm feeling better within myself. 
Summer down here in not-so-sunny Sicily is really shying away. Whenever it's kinda warm in the morning, it's hella windy during the night time and sometimes rainy too. It's weird, folks. Usually, Summers here are so great and hot that it's even difficult to breathe but not this year around. That is exactly why my family and I decided to take a few days off and sail on a boat to Naples and Capri. 

The weather is so much better here. I can eat gelato without a brain freeze and walk outside with a short-sleeves t-shirt. It's a bliss. Granted, I hate hot weather but you don't get a rainbow unless it rains, right?? So you can't really appreciate winter or autumn unless you've been desperately waiting for them during Summer.

So in between visiting castles, ancient buildings and beaches, here we are, enjoying a bit of sunlight before it's too late. 

I do always take family time for granted but it's when you actually have a great time with them that you realise how much you truly enjoy hanging out with your folks and cousins you don't get to see all the time.

I'm bringing my laptop though, my baby ain't gonna stay on a desk waiting for me. Plus, there are a lot of movies I want to catch up on and we're not gonna hang out every evening in the city. We're planning some nights in, millennials-only, watching movies and marathoning tv-series. We already got Limoncello, so... cheers!


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