Happy 2019! By now you have probably scrolled by or read countless resolution post for the new year. Well this year I’ve decided to do things differently, no goals or resolutions for the new year for me. This year I am going for a happiness project instead.
Paris is always a good idea, right? That’s why two weekends ago I went there on a quick getaway. We went there Saturday morning with the Thalys and left Sunday evening. It was just a short trip but I left feeling extremely inspired. So here’s a recap of 36 hours in Paris in pictures.
My boyfriend and I moved into our new apartment a couple months ago and it’s been a work in progress getting it decorated just the way we like it. We all love a good sneak peek into someone’s home, right? That’s why I am starting the whole home decor section with a kitchen tour. And maybe also because it’s the only room that feels semi-done, oh well.
By the title you can probably already guess that this post is going to be on Celiac disease, which I was diagnosed with 3 months ago. I have been wanting to write about it for a while but I found it hard to find the right tone, not to down, not to upbeat (because then I would be pretending I am already okay with it), informative and still personal. I decided not to pressure myself into writing a proper post but just to focus on my story and advice, so be warned for a messy post.
I changed my hair! I actually changed my hair quite drastically compared to my usual just trimming the ends kind of haircuts. I went through a personal change and suddenly I also felt like a hair change. Let me tell you more.