Door: Julia Lassche
Staande op het vliegveld in de boekenwinkel viel mijn oog op een lichtroze boek, met zwarte letters. En aangezien deze twee kleuren mij zeer aanspreken, lag het boek al snel in mijn handen. ‘Babe, you got this’ stond op de kaft. Ik voelde me meteen aangesproken, want de tekst vond ik pakkend. Ik besloot het boek te kopen en terwijl ik in het vliegtuig een paar uur moest vertoeven, las ik het boek. Continue reading
Most of the time I don’t really feel like going to the gym. Lifting weights is just boring and please don’t even mention the exhaustive cardio. For some time now there are group classes available. These are fun but become kind of dull. In the UK they’ve found a solution to the boringness. It’s called Edge cycle. Continue reading
Have you ever lost something that’s very valuable to you? Imagine how easy it would be if you could just save all your properties in one place including a photo and details. With Snupps you will have convenient access to a secure repository of images and records of your stuff.
If you are looking for a nice scented bath product or an animal friendly and all natural shower jelly, Lush is the place to be! Last April a brand new shop was launched on Oxford Street in London. The shop is massive and has some amazing new features. Continue reading
The last couple of weeks I have been working at a new store of the WAAR franchise located in Tilburg, the Netherlands. With the holidays around the corner I was searching for some original and fitting presents for my family. But where do I start the search for the perfect gift? I figured WAAR is the place to be when it comes to gifts with an extra value. The new store in Tilburg was recently launched on the 31h of October 2015.
Last May I was strolling around in Amsterdam and asked someone at a local store where I could have a nice cup of coffee in the neighbourhood. I’m sure some of you can relate to the difficulty of choosing where you should have coffee, since there is such a great amount of cafes and bars in Amsterdam. The woman in the shop suggested me to visit a cafe called ‘Kopjes’. This is the Dutch word for a cat rubbing their head on you.