I really shouldn’t be writing on this blog right now because I should be studying “hard” for the January exams. Maybe you’ve studied in an Italian university or maybe not. In that case I have to explain you: exams in Italy last for ages. You start your exam period at the beginning of January and you never know when it will end (approximately at the end of February because lessons start in March). The fact is, for 30 or even 60 days you may be studying for exams!
That’s why after a dozen days of extreme concentration… you get a bit distracted (I cannot avoid thinking about Bridget Jones: in the second book, she has a whole day to write an article and she spends her day to manicure, sunbathe and stare out of the window).
So that’s what I’ve been doing:
1) I’ve spent most of my time on Instagram, I really like to watch others’ stories and I think I might get addicted to it (especially with the new filters and fonts)
2) I’m almost the last person on earth who doesn’t know yet who is the mother in “How I met your mother” and I’m trying to find out by watching the 7th and the 8th season. (I’m almost getting there so please don’t spoil)
3) Talking about series: I have finally converted my sister into a fan of “The Office” (so proud of her…apparently her favorite one is Stanley).
4) I’ve been thinking about where I would like to travel next. I have already told a couple of friends that I will go to Naples in February (ok, maybe I am a bit too self-confident).
5) I’ve been eating candies and fudge pop-corns and I’ve been drinking liters and liters of coffee (my body is now 70% of caffeine).
6) I check at least four times a day if some exam results were published.
7) I’ve been taking pictures of my dear plant Persilio II.