Don’t settle

Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it. And, like any great relationship, it just gets better and better as the years roll on. So keep looking until you find it. Don’t settle. Architect Alessandro Capellaro loft installed in a carpentry in Florence. 

The road to success.

The last 6 month I have been commuting to the oncologist lab for testing if I am well from my lymphoma or not. I can now ad to my experience bank how it feels to get a cord with a camera down my throat while still being awake and I look like I have been through a ninja fight with stiches everywhere; on neck, chest, tummy and you name it plus all the scans of course. A long wait. Finally I got answer last week; I am well and can now move on with my life, finding the road to success. 

Tattoos I’ve met

My first boyfriend had a tattoo on his dick, I remember thinking this is a bit odd isn’t it? The most funny tattoo I’ve seen is the one the OZ dude had (I picked him up at a after ski bar when I was out snowboarding in Japan some years ago); right over his bum it said ’you’re gonna regret this tattoo but it was a great WE! At a martial art camp I met a guy with ‘fuck the word’ on his shoulder – perfect then we know! And the impressive one had a tattoo on his neck saying remember death / remember friends and family which is the only tattoo ever moved me. A beautiful word; magic. A beautiful sentence; you move me.

Safety regulations Hong Kong

When I was about to rent my HK crib I noted electricity cords coming out of the wall and made a comment to the agent showing me around; excuse me Mr but what about those 220 volt naked electricity vires? He looked at me with tired eyes and replies me back; just stay away Miss and you will be fine! My brother looked at me with worried eyes but I was convinced; oki I’ll take it! I also learned to place a magnet on the electricity box hanging outside the front door to increase the bill. Handy. Now I am subletting the place with the same good words ‘just stay away and you will be fine’.