Sunday Suggestions #6

Hellooo fellow readers!

I am finally back with my Sunday Suggestions posts and I hope you’ll be as excited as me about the topics I’ll share with you today.

I already mentioned how inspiring and interesting it is  for me to read other bloggers posts so I thought today I’d share with you some of my favourites I’ve read this week. Just to specify: this is not a rank (at all!) and these are just SOME of the lovely post I’ve read 😉

The first post is taken by Kate from Petite Adventures where she talked about What a difference a year makes and I couldn’t agree more. I could totally relate to her post and I did the same thought: this time last year, would I have ever imagined that in one year I would have been living in one of my favourites cities in the world? Nope. And I actually could say this for all the experience I am living, some of them expected others not but each of them in the end leaves you something you didn’t imagine, and that’s the best thing.

The second post I couldn’t get my eyes off (of course it’s about travelling haha)  is written by Little Lottie: 5 Reasons to visit Cornwall in Autumn. A friend of mine did a road-trip to Cornwall this summer and I was so amazed when I saw her pictures that I’ve also added Cornwall on my bucket list… Well, this post gave me the proof and it was actually also interesting to see how Autumn is there and the typical seasonal stuff to do 🙂  Aaand talking about Autumn and seasonal products,guys, it’s finally, that time of the year: PUMPKIN TIMEEE! (Did I ever told you how strong and loyal is my love for pumpkin? I’d eat it with anything and anytime!!) About this, Sarah from Pure Butterfly has posted this amazing Pumpkin Pie Dip which made my mouth watering just by reading the recipe and looking at the pictures!

The last suggestion I have for you this Sunday is: go check my Youtube channel, there’s a new video! Another music cover is ready and this time I sang an Italian song originally sang by Anna Oxa, a quite famous Italian singer. The song means quite a lot to me, firstly because the original singer is one of the favourites Italian singers of my dad so I still remember his eyes when I sang it in public for the first time, secondly because I have really good memories about all the times I performed it both with live instruments or with a music base. The literal translation of the title of the song is ” When a love borns”, what I like about it is that you can both interpret it from a love-relationship point of view but also a love that you have toward a passion you have and you want to improve and make it yours. I hope you’ll enjoy the listening and of course let me know what you think about it, I’d love to hear your opinion! 🙂

This post was written by Lisa, an Italian girl globetrotting around Europe, blues&soul music lover and singer, addicted to crafting & healthy food. Oh yes, and in the meanwhile she’s a Marketing student.

Mmmm what else? She’s definitely a morning person, really lazy when it comes to make up and could spend more time in a stationary store than in a clothes one –

She loves sharing thoughts, feelings and reactions so do not hesitate to comment or contact her!

4 Comment

  1. Kate says: Reply

    Thank you so much for including my post – glad you liked it 🙂 Hope you had a great weekend!

    Kate | http://www.petiteadventures.org/

    1. My pleasure Kate! 🙂

  2. Lisa! What a great Sunday Suggestions this week, thank you so much for reading my Cornwall post, it really is getting more gorgeous here as the season goes on. Hopefully you can visit whilst I’m still in Cornwall and we can hunt for great photo spots together! Looking forward to checking out your new cover! Happy Travels! X

    1. My pleasure Charlotte! oh that would be lovely!! Thank you for commenting 🙂

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