March looks like a busy month, but I relish its length and sunnier and longer days. These days:

Testing, tasting and photographing the spring menu (1 down, 2 to go)

Working on a time machine (more about this in the future, of course) and a new jewelry collection

Trying to catch up on all the drawing exercises and bridge deals

Watching trilogies

Updating the wardrobe

What are you up to these days? The flower above is for you.


Two DotsMar 15

Two Dots

Dots are pretty and likeable and friendly. Because they are round and seem that there are no upsetting rough edges. A friend recommended Two Dots*. I was reluctant, because I was recovering after my Candy Crush addiction. Not another dot connecting game, I thought to myself. 200 and something levels after, I am hooked. It’s not […]

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So many books #2Mar 13

So many books #2

These days, my nightstand is undecided. I go back and forth between a fantastic story (The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, by Haruki Murakami), drawing books (The Natural Way to Draw, by Kimon Nicolaides and Composition, by Arthur Wesley Dow) and Bridge in 3 Weeks, by Alan Truscott. I don’t have enough time to practice bridge deals and drawing […]

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Movies, lately #5 // La moustacheMar 11

Movies, lately #5 // La moustache

What makes you, you? Is it the way you walk, the way you talk? The people you love? The things you enjoy? The places you’ve been or the books you’ve read? The clothes you are wearing or the crooked teeth*? Is it your mustache? The other day, I watched La Moustache, directed by Emmanuel Carrere. […]

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Sisters' time out #1Mar 9

Sisters’ time out #1

My sister and I came a long way since bickering over who’s room is our room and who should dust and who should vacuum. We are rather difficult and moody, not too mention pretty different. But as we grow older and wiser, we also grow closer together. I still feel the need to protect her […]

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List of lists #3Mar 8

List of lists #3

This one is for all the ladies out there, mothers, sisters, teachers, doctors, scientists, friends, artists. You are wonderful! 10 TED talks by women 18 inventions by women that changed the world 6 women writers to add to your bookshelf 100 most powerful women in the world 30 women pioneers 21 quotes on womenhood by […]

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Paper love #1 // Origami heart Mar 7

Paper love #1 // Origami heart

Paper is one my favorite media and I tried handmade paper, I love writing postcards, I gave collage a chance and I hope to learn book-making sometime soon. Back in 2010 I started a paper project that was abandoned soon after. I had embarked in a quest to create 1000 origami cranes and I stopped […]

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