Amsterdam, one of my favourites cities. I've been here twice in the last month and I'm still not bored of it. We came back to see Elton John for his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. Needless to say Elton did not disappoint, and neither did the food. Be warned, this post will make you hungry. … Continue reading Dam Good Food
I'm going on a buying ban. I've spent a lot of money on things that I don't need, things that I thought would make me happy but didn't. Of course it didn't make me happy, how could it? Spending money I don't have, on things I don't need, to impress people I don't like. Isn't … Continue reading Buying Ban
I think about not achieving my goals fast enough all the time. Probably more than I should. It consumes my mornings, my days are spent thinking about it, it swirls around in my head until I fall asleep and the next morning the cycle starts all over again. YAY! Welcome to my head, here we … Continue reading Micro Moments
The Self-Care Project by Jayne Hardy was just the book I wanted to start my 2019 off to! The new years blues hit me hard. I was feeling deflated after a hetic Christmas of working in retail. The cold was starting to get to me ( I love the cold weather but sometimes it makes … Continue reading The Self-Care Project by Jayne Hardy
I'm writing this post currently cuddled up in a very hygge coffee shop. Hygge (pronounced Hooga) is one of my favortite things in the world! It's hard to explain what Hygge is because it doesn't have a direct translation to English. Hygge is known as the Danish way to live well, it's been called everything … Continue reading Hygge
Lately everything seems like a race. It's a race to get into a relationship first, to get your degree first, a race to get your dream job, a race to start driving first and get a nice car first, a race to move out first. Everyone is racing against everyone else to do everything first. … Continue reading First!
My comfort zone is just that, my comfort zone. I have a routine. I do more or less the same thing every day. Yes, it gets boring, I get fed up, but it's my comfort zone. I know exactly what to expect. As I get older my fear for the unknown gets worse. I overthink … Continue reading Comfort Zone