Hello friends! I’m back! I’m sad and sorry it’s been such a long time since I posted content on the blog. In fact, I decided to spend my free time doing other things that were important to me. I felt the need to make the most of my last weeks of Erasmus exchange in Madrid. By that, I mean seeing the places I had left to visit (even though there are still more), but also holding on to my favorite ones. It was also the… View Post

What’s up guys? Today I’m showing you three delicious & super simple appetizer ideas for summer! They are perfect for an outdoor apéritif  on a sunny day. I’ve been loving pretzels these days and I like to spice them up with some toppings to make them extra-tasty. Also, the buschetta recipe is inspired by an Italian friend of mine who makes this effortless snack so good! I find it goes very well with hummus so I brought my personal touch to it. By… View Post

Hi guys! Today, I suggest you to try 3 healthy smoothie recipes that you can easily make at home. They are filled with fiber and antioxidants to help you lose weight. They take only a few ingredients you can store in the freezer and blend them in the morning for a perfect breakfast! In fact, I definitly saw a difference in how my body felt when I started making healthier food choices. I mean, you’re confronted to food choices many… View Post

We were welcomed to Sevilla with a beautiful sunny weather that, unfortunately, didn’t last very long. The wind and rain wiped out the hot summery vibe every tourist expect from the Andalusian capital. Nonetheless, it didn’t keep us from fully enjoying the city center and its monuments, all covered in our coats and scarves. I’ll always remember when, last year, I contemplated the Plaza de España for the first time. Oh, what a breathtaking architecture! What a peaceful atmosphere, enveloped by water sounds… View Post

This week we’re exploring the famous market that takes place the second weekend of each month in the Train Museum. The Mercado de Motores, in Spanish, takes you along the history of railways while strolling around the stalls. What I love about this place is that you feel like being inside of a large train station. The industrial style windows, the large brick walls and the active crowd almost reminded me of Saint Lazare train station, back when I lived in Paris. This… View Post