Belgium has lots of nice spots to visit and discover, and what better year to do that in than 2020? This time round I'm taking you on a tour of Liège (Luik)! Find out how to get there, where to stay, what to see/do and where to eat & drink!
What is your motivation to run? I really need a goal to work towards, something set to achieve. And to do that I usually follow a plan. Not any plan - I research different options I can find online, and then make sure it works for me: I adapt it to my schedule and the amount of time I realistically have.
A whole post dedicated to my favourite places to wine and dine in Brussels! And brunch, lunch, coffee and drinks. Oh and not to forget fries, beer, waffles and chocolate of course.
'Explore a single idea every day for about three months'. The #100dayproject does exactly that and it's a great way to jumpstart your creativity. It was my second time joining the challenge but this year I went in slightly more ambitious than last.
My favourite spots in Brussels all together now in one post! I'm covering how to get to Brussels & get around, what there is to see and then more specifically shine my light on museums, parks, markets & shopping and activities.
From picking a notebook to weekly planners, keeping track of followers and TBR lists: have a peek at my bullet journal spreads for June!
How do you get to Ghent? What is there to see or to do? When should you go? And where should you go for a nice drink or bite to eat? Let me tell you in this blog post.
Describing my lockdown learnings about the best thing to come out of flour mixed with water! Many do's, definitely some don'ts and a good number of must-try recipes!
Last full week of quarantine, so eight and last post to keep your lockdown filled with new or different activities.