30 Before 30 List

I’m going to be 27 years old next May and I can already feel a quarter-life crisis coming, especially when I remember all the things that I still want to do in my life! Time is going by way too fast for my own liking and sometimes I feel like there are so many things […]

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Whispers in a coffeeshop • Playlist

I have compiled yet another playlist, this time with a more soothing undertone. These songs bring to mind a cold winter day spent in my favourite coffeeshop, drinking coffee, writing in my journal and reading a book. It’s the kind of music that puts your mind at rest while studying and getting things done. I […]

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2018 Snapshots

Unlike previous years, I didn’t take that many pictures in 2018, except when I visited London. Sometimes it’s best to leave your phone or camera in your bag and just enjoy the moment, without having to worry about the perfect picture. This year was special in so many ways, but mostly for the time spent […]

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Book Gift Guide

Christmas is around the corner and we’re probably all trying to figure out what we want to give to our loved ones. I find Christmas to be the perfect opportunity to share my favourite books with my relatives and friends, even if they’re not perennial readers. Some of them probably haven’t met with a book […]

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Lists

A couple months ago, I came across a Listography Journal that immediately caught my attention. This book is perfect for anyone who loves writing down lists, including myself. There’s no denying that I just love making lists and having all of my cluttered thoughts stacked up in a neat pile on a piece of paper. I […]

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“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.”

Fall: the season of change and endings. The trees that once thrived during spring and summer are now facing months of slumber. The warm sunshine hides behind grey clouds, heavy raindrops and bitter winds. But despite this melancholy picture, Fall is also the season of vibrant colours: orange-red leaves scattered over pavements, pumpkins decorating windowsills […]

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Sounds

The world is a place of noise and chaos. People talking over each other. Horns blaring in a twisted line of traffic. Construction works drowning out the sound of your own thoughts. How do we even survive this bedlam? How can we hear ourselves speak if the words are instantly snatched from our lips? The […]

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