Whenever it’s been a while since I last went on a trip, I get this deep urge to pack my bags and travel. And it is been quite a while since I went anywhere new and exciting, so the call of the exotic is beckoning me, louder and louder. “Where would you go?” you’re probably wondering, so I made a list with my top 6 travel destinations.
In February I challenged myself to 30 Days of Lettering. I spend 15 minutes a day making quick sketches of a quote I picked in order to practise composition of words. It was the perfect 30 day challenge: not too hard and very informative. Curious to what I’ve been up to? Let’s take a peek in my sketchbook.
Going thorugh everyday life, it’s easy to forget how much we’re into certain things at some points in time. I love looking back and re-discovering things I was into at some point, so today I’m sharing 10 things I love right now and who now, in a couple of years, when I look back, I have some happy memories to some of these things.
I know I was all talk about experimenting with posts yesterday, I know I share this, way too late, update on my 28 in 28 list. A list that I’ve finished and replaced more than a month ago. But still, sometimes before you can start focussing on new things, you need to finish the old ones. And this unfinished post, has bothered me.
Making a photo album for 2016 was one of my goals on my 28 in 28 list. It was one of the last things I finished of this list. Creating a photo album with pictures of a whole year is a bit of an undertaking, so let me guide you through my process (and show off some pictures of my shiny new photo album).
Ever since I bought my first air plant, I absolutely love having them in the house. I’ve had my ups and downs with them (and I’ll definitely share my tips on how to take care of them in the future), but today I want to share a quick and easy DIY on how you can make a wooden hanger for showing your air plants off in what I think is an awesome way.
For my 29 before 30 list I want to work on a quarterly basis. At the beginning of every quarter (going from the 24th to the 23th) I’ll post a list with goals I want to work on specifically in that quarter. This should keep me goals fresh on my mind all year long. It’ll help planning out everything and make my list feel less overwhelming. At least, that is the plan.