The day when love’s in the air. The day when heart-shaped decorations are hanging pretty much anywhere. The day when themed chocolate and treats of all sorts stack up at each main joint of the city.
The day when boys and girls hold hands, exchange flowers and sweet presents. The day when restaurants are packed and couples eat fancy gourmet food. The day when men miserably run out of money to impress. The day when being romantic is rather fair.
The day everybody thinks is commercial but they end up celebrating it anyway.
The day you yourself think…
Not only has the pandemic changed the way we approach our social life, our interactions with other people, and further, our daily commitments, errands, things to do, it has also affected the way we deal with work, in fact, the way we engage with our work-life made of 9 to 5’s (or 6's), desk-based performance, in-person meetings.
Our work routine, that is obviously tailored to our job type, gets revisited as though we had just started over. Not that we are new to this working-from-home policy but its recurrence is definitely a new habit that not everyone is used to…
As Instagram continues its exponential growth throughout 2021, it becomes even more paramount for marketers to have a solid strategy in place on the network.
Promoting your business on social media networks remains among the main marketing practices of the modern era and defines how users perceive your company and your brand. In fact, when operating within social media marketing, it’s best practice to pick the networks that best suit your business type, your target audience and your business goals — whether it is to drive sales, engage with potential customers, spread brand awareness or build a community.
Every time someone leaves London, they start wondering what made them move over in the first place and what changed in the meantime.
Every time someone leaves London, they know they’re never going to be the same but they’ll never know why. And when you ask them, they sadly smile back and look away — before mumbling something in return.
Every time someone leaves London, they imagine there’s always a way back, but, whether there is, they’re just lying to themselves.
Every time someone leaves London, they ponder why the London City Hall area — just a little walk away…
It was Christmas Eve.
Oregon had never looked so beautiful and wintery. The snow scrupulously covered roads, houses and buildings, making it impossible to drive or even walk around. Although the sunbeams still made it through the thick grey clouds, the air was bitingly freezing and ice stalactites elegantly hung from the roofs as an add-on to the Christmas decorations.
The little town lied quietly at the foundation of a silent hill surrounded by the forest, which extended for miles and miles all the way to the nearby towns or any other type of civilization.
The Rumbles were a young…
Since Marketing has been shifting towards a set of strategies and activities that shuffle the mere fields of direct, online and social, to provide a more integrated approach, online communities are becoming the new frontier for all things digital — especially in times like these where the worldwide population is still going through a prolonged pandemic that has tremendously limited the type of human, face-to-face interactions.
In this post-pandemic world still affected by the virus, online communities have in fact offered a valid alternative and have helped businesses stay afloat for their continued and valuable support and loyalty to the…
Every love story has its ups and downs but this one made me really taste the bitter end.
She was beautiful — curly bright hair, light green eyes, sweetly curvy shapes, a discerning intellect. And I still can’t believe she actually promised she would always be there for me.
I mean, she knew I was struggling, she knew I needed a job, she knew how my career was important for me, and she said she could understand.
She would call me every day — asking how I was holding up, what I had done the previous night, and how I…
In December 2011, my family, my aunt’s and various members of my extended family, decided to spend the Christmas week in Sharm-el-Sheik. A hot December was new to me and someway odd, though it was worth experiencing.
I had never been in Egypt and that was an opportunity to visit a small part of it, even though I didn’t really fancy Sharm for being such a touristy area.
But hey, the resort was fantastic. From the bar at the main entrance, it would stretch over for a hundred meters until it reached a wide beach. …
Imagine being elected President of the United States.
Running one of the most powerful and influential countries in the world, having all that power, that impact on everybody’s lives (Americans and non), that appeal on the media, on other governments, on any major global events and happenings. It must be one heck of a hard job!
So, let’s do it.
You’re elected President and you walk into the White House, one of the oldest and most fascinating buildings ever existed. History was made right here, right here where you’re walking, right here where Abraham Lincoln, after fighting against vampires (see…
It was one of those days when you really struggle to get out of bed, even though she had a flight to catch.
It was cloudy outside, the type of clouds that so evidently carry rain. Summer was just over, but the weather still maintained that warmth that the sunny season was slowly taking away.
They were still lying next to each other, just as they had been for the past six months, though unlike the start of that semester, there was a heartbroken mood embracing them, and they both felt so distant from one another.
But the clock was…
One day I’ll publish a bestseller, I’ll be a rockstar, I’ll walk the red carpet. Or maybe not.