Hi there, I’m the “Girl”!
I live in Lisbon, Portugal. I started this blog when I turned 30. And had a baby. A sort of not-yet-middle age crisis. But without the crisis part. It was more a mix of needing a challenge and wanting to read about people who were going through the same things I was going through.
Magazines would categorize me as a “young woman”, which is weird and somewhat ambivalent. No one says “young man”, right?
Most lifestyle blogs I follow and researched were related to fashion, travel and/or restaurants. And, of course, the mommy blogs. All interesting (some more than others) but always a little bit different from what I was looking for. Something was missing.
This is the blog I wanted to read. 100% of things that go through my mind.
What connects the dots? Do you feel like a woman but they insist in calling you girl (“menina” in Portuguese)?
Just like you, I live ensandwiched between the 20s and the 40s, feeling the Internet gives you nothing but trying to sell me products.
In this blog, I share with you my experiences and points of view, so that you can find a fun company and a place to reflect and navigate this stage of our lives.
I will not suggest biologic pancakes nor meditation. Not my life, not my style. I promise.
I will write about books, having kids and being a woman (I know very little about planting trees).