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Personal experiences

New Year’s Resolutions

I think everyone starts to analyze their year as it is coming to an end to then think on new resolutions for the coming year. It hasn’t been different for me, of course. After almost 3 years living in Australia I’m definitely very different than the girl who left Brazil in 2016, but I feel […]

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Culture
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Women Who Run With the Wolves

I’m the kind of person who doesn’t keep books. I buy them, read and then donate. I only keep a book when it’s a gift or when it’s a subject I can go back to have a look, like my big book about cinema. With women who run with the wolves, it was different though. […]

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Metamorfose Ambulante

Years ago there was a very wise rock singer in Brazil, he recorded a song saying he was rather to be always in a state of metamorphosis than never change! It’s funny to realize how much we can change over time. Thank God, as it would be too boring if nothing changed during our lives. […]

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Is it Love?

The other day I was talking with a friend about a guy I used to go out with, she then said she understood me because looking back she thinks she has never been in love. It made me think if I have ever been in love myself. Well, let’s give a bit of context here. […]

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And it’s Christmas again

Christmas time, always my favourite. I love the lights, the whole decoration and it seems that even the air is different. Even though I was raised in a very Catholic family, I’m not religious myself. Well, I believe in something, not in religion to be specific. I also know better Christmas has nothing to deal […]

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Society

Misconceptions

As I mentioned before in my post about the refugee’s situation in Australia, sometimes you need to live in a country to understand what really goes on there. However, you can still get things really wrong because it’s based on your personal experiences. Last few weeks I had more insights into my misconceptions about Australia. […]

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