Owning a kindle as a booklover

As an English and Creative Writing student I almost feel embarressed to say that I own – and love owning – a kindle. Don’t get me wrong, books are my all-time favourite. The smell, the feel, everything. I still read paper books, buy the ones with pretty covers and collect my favourite stories in my […]

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Foundation Coffee House | Cafe Review

Today we will continue our little journey through my favourite coffee spots in Manchester: Foundation Coffee House. I only recently discovered this cafe but they do some amazing drinks and the spacious coffee bar has a really nice and productive vibe to it. The vibes Ezra&Gil , the cafe we looked at last week, is definitely […]

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Erza&Gil | Cafe Review

After moving to Manchester and starting the stressful student life, I slowly slipped into the love for coffee. Not only to get me through the sleepless nights, but I’ve grown to really love the taste of them! Especially since I work as a barista outside of university. The vibes The first time I went to […]

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Pokemon Go Safari Zone Review

On September 16 (my birthday!) my boyfriend and I were in Paris for the first Pokemon Go Safari Zone event. I’ve been loving Pokemon Go since it first came out and when we heard there was a special event being hosted on my birthday, we decided we had to be there! Now I’m back in […]

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Why I’m Excited For Autumn

While reading Kayleigh’s blogpost about why she’s excited for autumn, I thought I could easy fill an article about why I’m excited for the pumkin season too! Even though I can find a little charm in any season, autumn has become my favourite. Summer’s been nice but I’m kinda ready for some colder weather, tea […]

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5 things you have to do in Mallorca

Last summer my boyfriend and I travlled down to Mallorca for a five day holiday. The beautiful Spanish island has so much to offer, but I think we spent our five days very well. I love how we’re both very active on holidays, we like to do things and visit places rather than spending five […]

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Following a TEFL course

As you all (probably) already know, I follow an English and Creative Writing degree course at Manchester Metropolitan University in England. I’m starting my third and last year in September, hoping to get my bachelor degree in July 2018. The dream is to get a writing/editorial job straight after university, so why am I following […]

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Four reasons to visit Austria in Summer

Last week I spent hiking in the beautiful Austrian mountains with my family. We didn’t have any summer plans – only me going back to the Netherlands to visit them – but my mom spontaneously booked a holiday on a Monday and we left on the Tuesday. I’ve been to Austria countless times, mainly in […]

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Visiting Rome

In 2015 I visited Rome for a few days with my mom and my sisters. Back then, I wrote about what we did in those five days and give some tips for future Rome travels. They’re still relevant to today, which is why I decided to post this older post onto the new blog. Enjoy! […]

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