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A Little Interview…

January 12, 2013

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A short while ago I did an interview with the Dutch travel website Backpackgek.nl; the blog of 2 people who left behind their life in The Netherlands to travel the world. For all you Dutchies; if you haven’t checked them out yet, go do so now! Their stories are inspiring and will make you want […]

Looking Back: An Adventurous 2012

December 28, 2012

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‘Tis the season to be jolly… and I can’t help but get a little bit sentimental. The end of 2012 is very near, and what a wonderful year it was! Like every year, I’ve had my ups and downs, but in the end it has been nothing short of spectacular.  I thought it would be […]

What A Difference A Day Made

December 14, 2012

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I felt like the worst girlfriend ever. Here we were, at Eindhoven airport, bags packed and ready to fly off to Rome for a romantic getaway. A boyfriend who surprises you with 2 plane tickets for your birthday, it couldn’t be more perfect. Then why wasn’t I excited? It’s not that I didn’t want to […]

The Quiet Week

November 16, 2012

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I’ve been a bit off the radar this past week; no posts, no social media activity, nada. The reason behind my slacking is that I’ve been quite busy on other fronts, and sometimes you just gotta set your priorities straight. As much as I love writing, there are other important things that need to be […]

The Truth Behind My Choices

November 5, 2012

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So here we are, almost 3 months in and I feel that it's time I reveal a bit more about myself. I want this blog to reflect my personality, something that would be impossible without shedding some light on my story. Understanding my present, means you need to know about my past, and you need to see where I've come from in order to know where I'm going. Let me tell you why I quit my career... Twice.

Patience Is A Virtue

October 23, 2012

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I'm writing to you from the comforts of my own home, cosy and pleasant. It's that time of year again. You know; the leaves turn red and golden and start to fall from the trees, it gets a little chilly and the air is crisp. It's that time when it's not yet cold enough for a winter jacket but a scarf would be much appreciated. It's a time for long walks in the forest, for raking leaves off your lawn and for knitting scarves. Okay, maybe that's a little too traditional. What can I say? Autumn melancholy is kicking in, hard.