In the past few years I've read many a wonderful book by female authors, and have started to seek them out more specifically as well. For the occasion of International Women's Day 2021 I would like to share my favourites with you.
New year, new bullet journal spreads! Let me show you which ones I've kept and which new ones I've added!
Let's start on a positive note by saying 2020 wasn't all bad. We couldn't travel abroad but we did get to discover some more wonderful places in Belgium, and one of those was Dinant. We explored the area as the first stop in a longer trip we did in the Ardennes and it set us off in a great way!
Okay, so 21 might seem like a lot, but after 2020 I feel like I WANT to achieve more things. Funny enough, when I was compiling this list, I found myself writing 'keep on doing ...' a lot. So there are quite a few nice habits I started/prioritised in 2020 that I want to keep doing. Let me give you my full list!
It has been quite hilarious to re-read my new year's resolutions for 2020, knowing how things turned out. However, it has also been very interesting to see how some things worked out nonetheless, or far better than expected. So without further ado: my 2020 in review!
Ahhh 2020! Things did not go to plan for most of us, and that is putting it lightly! So we should celebrate our small victories. One of those for me is achieving my reading goal: 20 books in 2020! Here are the books I've read in the past year!
2020 wasn't the best of years, but it did some wonders for my creativity! How? I started doing the weekly creative challenges by handlettering artist Lauren Hom called 'HOMwork'.
During lockdown we bought a car and that took our Belgian sightseeing to a whole other level: we embarked on our first camping trip this summer! Destination: Ostbelgien.
What is the perfect podcast to listen to right now? In this strange context of lockdown I've gathered my current favourites and would love to hear about yours!