Travel Nostalgia: Mountain states, USA, 2014

Hey readers! In the series “Travel Nostalgia” I look back on the travel adventures I’ve had with my parents (and friends) in the past. I’ve seen so many amazing things and sometimes I can give advice on where to go and what to skip. Or you’re just here for the pictures, that’s also totally fine! Today I talk about our time in the Mountain states, USA in 2014. Enjoy!

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A race against Google Maps (and my dad)

My dad has been walking the same route once or twice a week for a few months now. Each time he comes home surprised that he was slower than Google Maps. I wanted to see if this life-saving website indeed assumes its users to be very very quick.

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Travel Nostalgia: Tuscany, 2013

Hey readers! In the series “Travel Nostalgia” I look back on the travel adventures I’ve had with my parents (and friends) in the past. I’ve seen so many amazing things and sometimes I can give advice on where to go and what to skip. Or you’re just here for the pictures, that’s also totally fine! Today I talk about our time in Tuscany in 2013. Enjoy!

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Do your houseplants have names?

Perhaps you’ve heard this before: give your houseplants a name to keep them alive. A friend of mine has been doing that for a few years now, and convinced me I should do the same. I guess it is to make you feel guilty when [insert name here] is dying; it makes you take better care of it. So immediately after I got home from us hanging out, I got busy finding the best names. Meet my houseplants!

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Travel Nostalgia: Marrakech 2013

Hey readers! In the series “Travel Nostalgia” I look back on the travel adventures I’ve had with my parents (and friends) in the past. I’ve seen so many amazing things and sometimes I can give advice on where to go and what to skip. Or you’re just here for the pictures, that’s also totally fine! Today I talk about our time in Marrakech, Morocco in 2013. Enjoy!

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A playlist to introduce you to Eurovision

Damn, I’ve been waiting to write this post for a long time. My love for tiramisu goes deep, but the fact that I’ve written this post probably tells you that I’m also obsessed with the Eurovision Song Contest. People can now vote for the best Eurovision songs of all time, so I will use that as an excuse to share with you the most legendary songs of the contest.

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Happy Mother’s day

To all the moms with big and small families; the moms who work and stay at home; the moms who have a partner and those who do it alone; the moms who take care of their bonus or adopted children, and the moms who have lost their own; and lastly to the mothers I’ve forgotten and of course my own mom,

I wish to say:

Happy Mother’s day!

We see you, we appreciate you. Even if we don’t always show respect or life is so hard that we express our frustrations out on you, we love you.

Mam, daanke datse dr altied veur mich bis gewees, en datse nog altied veur deze jong volwassene wils zurge. Fijne moederdag 😘

Travel Nostalgia: West USA 2012

Hey readers! In the series “Travel Nostalgia” I look back on the travel adventures I’ve had with my parents (and friends) in the past. I’ve seen so many amazing things and sometimes I can give advice on where to go and what to skip. Or you’re just here for the pictures, that’s also totally fine! Today I talk about our time in the West of the USA in 2012. Enjoy!

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