Do you love organising, planning, keeping track with lists and having a great overview? I know I do! An overview of my favourite lists & free printables.
As chaotic as I can be, I love lists. In my daily life I use an agenda, a printable calendar, weekly to-do lists and sometimes even daily checklists… Am I the only one? I don’t think so! That’s why I’ve decided to create an overview of my favourite lists and other free printables to organize your life. Enjoy!
Foodies like us, we love going to food (truck) festivals. The wide variety of food available, the often funny and creative names, slogans and appearance of the trucks selling the food and the overall ambiance at these festivals: count me in! Unfortunately, at a certain point my stomach is full and my wallet is empty… I wish I could try everything, but I simply can’t.
So, from now on I’m going to dedicate blogposts to the food festivals I visit. I’ll share all the inspiring things and recipe ideas with you guys, and you can decide what you do with them!
I’ll post more recipes very soon, promised! But today I want to share something different. It’s a story from when I was young, and it just popped into my head when I couldn’t sleep last night. It’s a special story to me, and I think it shows the kindness some people posess. In fact, it’s one of the only memories I remember clearly from that age.
Today I thought I’d do something different, share something different… And combine personal stories with relevant issues. So many people I speak to feel unhappy, but where does that feeling come from? And more importantly – do we have reasons to feel like this?
I like to read, and I like to write. That’s why I figured I’d give this a shot… 🙂
A question that follows would be “why do we feel like underachievers” and I plan to discuss that next time.
If you have been postponing this years Spring cleaning and reorganising: welcome to the club. I quite like the idea of doing this (at least) once a year at a certain time, but then actually doing it is something else entirely. Do you feel me? To make it a little easier for you I’ve written down some cleaning tips and tricks, using hings you already own such as vinegar!
Hi there, my favourite readers and blogger friends! Today I’m going to start with a post I’d like to bring back more often: food talk! This is a chance for me to get to know you, and to give an update of what’s going on in my life. I’ll share some of my favourite blog posts from the internet, some cool recipes or Instagram updates… Who knows!
I was at my parent’s place when I found these AMAZING vintage (real real real vintage from mothers great aunt or something) teacups etc. and I decided it was time for a little photography practising 😉 I made some tea and took everything outside in the sun! And you have to admit it looks sort of British, those teacups and saucers… That’s why I figured “How do you do?” would be the perfect title! *insert British accent*