It’s the first Sunday of February 2023. The weather is still cold, and it’s windy tonight. I just finished clearing my kitchen after a light dinner of salad. I told myself I should have heavy lunches and light dinners, thus, the salad. It was only simple: fresh lettuce, red onion, cherry tomatoes, freshly-squeezed lemon drizzled with olive oil, some pepper, and grana padano cheese. It was supposed to be parmesan, but I took the wrong packet in the grocery, hehe 🙂 The vegetables were all bought from the vegetables and fruits stand at the corner of my street.Continue reading The Sunday Currently
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Wow, it’s already 2023! Time flies, and I don’t know about you, but I felt like, in some way, we’re still in limbo. The World Health Organization (WHO) has not denounced COVID-19 yet from its pandemic status, so we’re still in that situation. Nonetheless, we are all living in a new normal – where people are more aware of themselves, their health, and others, whether good or bad. The health emergency situation changed us in so many different ways.Continue reading Hello, 2023!
COVID got Close!
If you live under the rock since the first lockdown (wherever you may be), the number of Covid cases is re-surging again due to some variants and some regulations getting eased up.
I am crossing the bridge towards this topic that many people are still arguing about. Some still think that Covid is just a figment of the imagination and that vaccines will alter something in your DNA. So many crazy ideas are sprouting everywhere, but one should look at what’s going on in India and other countries that are still going through such hardships to battle this virus and realize that this is alarmingly serious. Today is my own opinion only and not anybody else’s, and I want to share my experience when this virus almost got me.Continue reading COVID got Close!
The Sunday Currently
We’re almost done in June. Last week, I celebrated my birthday with a few friends. Another year in France, and it wasn’t over yet. Last year, I was looking forward to spend my birthday with my family but of course, we know what 2020 meant to everyone.Continue reading The Sunday Currently
I was off for a few days at work, and I took the opportunity to go to Éze – something that I have always wanted to do. And of all the time when I chose to visit, I decided to do it during the sweltering summer. For my trip to Éze, I will share with you my experience and perhaps leave some tips that may be helpful to you in the future.
Éze is known for its magnificent panoramic views of the Mediterranean sea. The town and its inhabitants are situated by the hills facing the beautiful blue sea. It has the best of both worlds, especially during summer. If you want to take a challenging hike up to the village, you can take the Nietzsche trail and experience the warm outdoors on the ascending trek; or if you want to cool down, the sea is just a few steps away from the train station.Continue reading Éze-capade!