A few weeks ago I blogged about Books I Bought in Italy, mentioning that I’d review at least one of the books eventually. I decided to start off with Carlo Rovelli’s Seven Brief Lessons on Physics – a short but immensely satisfying read with a beautiful cover to boot.
A part of me feels like I should feel at least a little bit naughty about going on yet another adventure less than a month after getting back from Italy.
A couple of blog posts ago, I mentioned the possibility of a future post where I’d put together an outfit using some of the pieces I bought in Italy. This is that post.
Anyone who knows me knows I’m utterly obsessed with Bethesda’s Fallout series. It’s gotten to the point where someone sees the word ‘radiation’ and immediately thinks about me – hows that for life goals?
I don’t consider myself to be a particularly fashion-savvy young lady, but I do appreciate personal style and people who put time and care into their image.
Buongiorno a tutti! If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I’ve spent the last week or so shamelessly gallivanting around Italy, eating all of the food and drinking all of the red wine.
In an effort to find out what a non-student, post-dissertation Kelly might be, I’ve taken up a few hobbies…
Here we are, a revamped blog and a solid vision of what this is going to become. Welcome! As you can probably tell from the title of this post (and my About me section), I like video games. The word ‘like’ is a bit of an understatement; I’ve been hopelessly in love with gaming ever since I got my […]
I feel like it’s the last checkpoint on the border between student life and ‘real’ life, between who I am and who I’m going to be.
Inhabitants of the Mediterranean islands of Malta and Gozo are currently in the run-up to a referendum. The subject? Spring hunting, yay or nay? We do love a referendum here on the Maltese Islands, and it is a truth universally acknowledged that any political decision comes with a whole lot of trash-talk. Let me premise […]