Learn how continued study can lead to personal growth and a deeper understanding of the world around us What if I told you that the pursuit of knowledge transformed my life during one of the world’s most challenging times? Some days ago I saw a post by a friend of mine, who was attending a motivational […]


October 22, 2023

For Those Feeling Inadequate: Enjoy Your Personal Journey through Education

Stumbling upon acceptance: how the Pride Parade changed my outlook Have you ever stumbled upon an event that changed your perspective forever? That was the Pride Parade for me. But why did I need it? I grew up in Italy, a Catholic Country, with a strong sense of traditional family. Usually, our grandmothers are concerned with […]


October 15, 2023

Walking among Rainbows: a Journey Towards Inclusivity

The importance of embracing your child’s uniqueness My greatest contribution to the wellness of humanity is having produced a psychologist: my son. It was one of the greatest contributions to my personal wellness too. As every mother might confirm, having children is a game-changer in women’s life. To me, it meant that I had done […]


October 6, 2023

Nurturing Individuality: a Parent’s Greatest Gift

The intriguing parallels between royal sibling relationships and everyday family dynamics When I picked up Prince Harry’s memoir, Spare, this summer, I had a revelation: if we aren’t the firstborn in our family, we are all spare children in some ways. This isn’t a complaint, but rather an observation that sparked my curiosity. I hesitated to […]


September 19, 2023

Dear Prince Harry, We are All Spare Children

GLI SCHIERAMENTI E L’INTERPRETAZIONE DEI SONDAGGI I social, si sa, sono interessanti finestre aperte sull’opinione pubblica. Ci sono i pubblicatori compulsivi, con diversi post al giorno, che ripostano qualsiasi informazione, notizia o opinione che corrisponda al loro pensiero, o alla loro indignazione. Ci sono i parsimoniosi, che postano solo quando ci tengono a condividere qualcosa. […]


February 22, 2023

Da Che Parte Stai?

I WENT TO THE CAPITAL, AND I FOUND A SAMURAI Last Summer, I had the chance to spend some days in Rome. Being Italian, it shouldn’t sound so original, but I live in Milan, and I had a few occasions to visit Rome in my life. The first impression was: how the (beep) it’s huge! […]


February 18, 2022

Rome Wasn’t Built In a Day. Neither Your Skills

Are we allowed to use the environment to show our power? Some years ago I had the chance to visit Hong Kong. I went there for business twice in my life: once in 2006 and then again in 2009. I never went there again, after those trips, and honestly, I cannot say I miss it. […]


February 15, 2022

Hong Kong and the big wastefulness

The importance of burning ships Everyone on Medium and other platforms keeps on telling that you should never give up your job for a side-hustle. At least, you shouldn’t do it, until your side-hustle pays off. Despite it’s certainly a wise suggestion, I did it: I quit my job. And I do not even have […]


February 8, 2022

Who’s Nausicaa?

How following tips might be a débacle Do you want a tip for extra visibility? Don’t follow any tips. Here is my story: as many, if not all, writers on Medium I tried to get many views and hunt the unicorn of “finding organic followers”. It’s not only a matter of feeling like a popular […]


January 11, 2022

I Wrote an Article Which Had Almost Zero Views. Dear New Writers, Don’t Do the Same.

How adapting to the new rules will save our peace of mind, and even our own life. Even if I were arriving from Mars, I think I would know what our lovely planet has gone through in the past two years. My Country has been particularly hard hitten by the pandemic, and we paid a […]


January 2, 2022

Resilience Is What We Need in The Next Year. Again.