Korea diary 1 – my first few days in the Republic of South Korea

Well, it took a few days. But here’s a post for you all. The first few days have passed since my arrival, and I wanted to give you a quick update on what has happened so far. I’ve been really tired, so I didn’t have the chance to reach out to you all in person. But hey, that’s the whole point of this blog. So that everyone interested can be

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Big announcement: how my long-cherished dream becomes reality

The last day of 2016 has arrived. And I don’t have any new year resolutions. I don’t want to use a new year as a reason to change myself, or my life. Decisions can be made every second of the day, so why wait until a new years has started? Of course I understand that is has some symbolic value to people. New year, new start. New beginning. Time to change. But not for

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Herring has arrived in Prague – Czech Republic, day 1

Herring. Two days since my friend Ehsun had arrived back in Korea (after visiting the Netherlands for four days), we decided I would join her on the trip she was planning to Prague and Budapest. This way, I could bring her herring. We had the fish at the Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam, and she loves it.
That was in the end of July. And now, almost seven weeks after that moment, the moment is finally

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App review: Tyme 2 – Time tracking made easy

When I started this blog, I made a promise to myself to keep it related to the three main subjects: travel, languages, and food. But since I discovered Tyme 2 and told a good friend about the fact that this app satisfies my needs, she unconsciously brought up the idea of writing a review. As she probably meant writing a review in the App Store, I thought about writing an app review on my blog. So, Tyme 2 will be the exception to the

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Just jump – and don’t look back

Sometimes you might feel stuck in life. You’re about to make an important, maybe life-changing decision. But you can’t really make up your mind. You are afraid of the outcome. And at the moment, you are safely in your comfort zone. At this point you need to ask yourself one question: ‘Which outcome will make me the happiest? Staying where I am? Or shall I jump into the unknown?’

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