Once a month I write my personal review of the previous four weeks. In this final review of the most surreal year in my life, I look back at a fortunate cultural outing before new lockdowns and a year of heartache which developed into something positive. And as always, I've included my complete list of recommendations for films and series!
Once a month I write my personal review of the previous four weeks. Whilst this year has been mostly characterised by grief and sadness, this month I took my first steps into my healing process. Slowly starting to feel inspired again, today's blog post includes some of my favourite photos and books from the last month. But also personal reflections and, as always, the list of films and series I've watched!
Once a month I write my personal review of the previous four weeks. Whilst normally filled with frequent travels, nowadays my Reflections seem to be more focussed on my mental (un)well-being. In between reading books and watching tons of films, I've been struggling to find my place in our current corona-riddled world and frequently wondered what will be left for us to enjoy in the near future.
On the last Sunday of the month I write my personal review of the previous four weeks. This month I had a strange encounter with a magical creature in the forest, fixed and broke our washing machine and made a decision about the future of 'Dutch Girl in London'. Finally, I'm sharing the latest updates on my lockdown vegetables and sixpack, and of course my monthly recommendations for films and series!
On the last Sunday of the month I write my personal review of the previous four weeks. But what do you write about when one day just seems to blur into the other? Today's blog post looks back at our birthday parties, the development of my (nearly visible?) sixpack and of course my monthly recommendations for films, series, books and music!
From a young age, we're told Christmas is the one time of the year we need to spend with our loved ones. But no one prepares you for that time when your loved ones are no longer there. Having lost several family members to cancer, Christmas isn't that obvious 'merry' time for me. In this blog post I'm talking about coping with grief at Christmas.