2014

DISCLAIMER: this is not the “Dottor Milione top 20 Youtube videos of 2013, but I will do that in the following days, so stay tuned!

DISCLAIMER P.S.: If you don’t know what I’m talking about, check the 2012 list.

 

So, the time for the usual yearly wrap-up has finally come.

2013 has been a pretty amazing year and, as it is usually happening recently, always better than the previous.

Easy to say, the most important thing that happened to me was my actual New Year – the 25th of August – when I moved to Copenhagen to start another amazing and interesting year abroad. I met some wonderful people, a new family, and the most amazing house I’ve ever lived in.

Another major win was the fact that I successfully made it throughout the year at Bocconi without dying or surrendering to the dark side (my exam sweatpants are the tangible proof).

And goats have finally taken over the Internet:

 

Also, it was a year of re-discovery: I travelled back to London after 6 years and to Dublin after 2 years. I finally had the chance to drink a Guinness again (I made a promise to myself that I would never drink Guinness outside Ireland – experts know that they are two completely different beers). It was breathtaking.

I also had the chance to meet again and talk to some old friends that I thought they were lost forever.

Finally, but this happened in 2014, I saw my beloved Xbox again. And it is also the reason why this post ends here. Sorry, I’ll be back shortly with the top videos of 2013.

Happy New Year everybody!

 

Uphill

It’s 11pm of a Sunday and I’m happy that I just finished writing the SAS code for a group project in statistics… Where did my life go wrong?

But at least I found the second part of the series “Goats yelling like humans” and I can’t stop laughing. I feel so much better now, and since I want to thank you all for having made my blog reach 1,000 views, I will share the link 🙂

Check it out, but if you haven’t seen the first part, I warmly suggest you to do so…

Part 1:

 

Part 2:

 

Plus, a very touching video that I had the chance to see thanks to Mashable:

 

Finally, – since I will never be able to thank you enough for making it possible to achieve this milestone – a song that I find unbelievably amazing:

 

thank you