Friday, October 20, 2017

Two weeks in NYC | PT2

This is part two of my little two-week New York diary (check part one first). I prolonged my trip for another week which gave me a little more time in the city for fun things but mostly serious things (I might be able to share more soon). Some things I did: my favorite workout class, a crazy sample sale and a classic New York rooftop party. I couldn't have asked for a better time! 
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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Two weeks in NYC | PT1

If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen that I was in New York the last two weeks of September. I had planned on staying for a week, but because of different reasons, one week became two! It was incredible to be back in New York after having officially left at the beginning of July. I had missed the city, its energy and most of all my friends. And to make it even better, there was kind of an Indian summer heat wave so it felt like going from autumn straight back to summer. I know you too have missed these New York posts (especially after seeing your feedback!), so just for you, here's the first of two New York posts where I show you some things I did in those two weeks. I discovered some new places which are not yet in my NYC guide... so enjoy!
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Friday, October 13, 2017

I need your opinion

Hi there, it's been a little quiet on here lately. I've had other things on my mind and for some reason I haven't really had the motivation to write new posts. Creating new content takes up a lot of time and I just wasn't feeling it. But I feel like it's time to get back on track. In this post, I want to explain a bit what I'd like to do with this blog in the future and how you can help me! 
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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Sudestada | Buenos Aires

While sorting through my photos (I have a permanent storage shortage), I found my Buenos Aires '15 album. The last time I went was to help my sister pack up for the move back to Europe. Despite the big move, we still did a lot in that week, including a visit to a restaurant that made it to my "favorites" list ever since my sister took me there first. Sudestada might not be your typical idea of a place you must go to when in Argentina. It's Southeast Asian inspired food, and it beats many (if not all) Asian places I've tried over the last few years. You won't find this spot in your average "top 10" list of BA, which is why I want to share this hidden gem with you. 
Sudestada restaurant | Buenos Aires
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Monday, September 18, 2017

My favorite on-the-go snacks

I'm the kind of person who can't survive on three set meals a day. I'd much rather eat smaller things all throughout the day, and have some nutritious snacks in between meals. When I'm at home, it's pretty easy to prepare something. But when I'm on the go, driving or commuting it's harder to bring these along with me (I have strongly dislike smushed bananas!) When I was studying in London, I discovered Whole Foods, and more specifically their healthy snack section. I tried many of these snacks over the years, so I have a couple favorites I always go back to. Lotus Bakeries kindly send me a selection of their natural snacks, and it included some of my all-time favorites which I'll tell you all about. 
My favorite on-the-go snacks
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Friday, September 15, 2017

Weekend in London | Guide

Ever since I left London three years ago, I've tried to go back once a year to revisit old memories in my favorite city in the world. Yes, even after having lived in New York, London is still my number one. There's just something about that old British charm which you feel in everything you do and see in London. It's hard to beat. I spent a weekend there in August and went to both old favorites and new discoveries. In this post, I'll walk you through my weekend in London, which is bound to give you some good ideas for your next visit. 
Long weekend in London | Guide
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Sunday, September 10, 2017

Restaurant Veranda | Antwerp

I'd been wanting to go to Veranda since I first heard about it about six months ago. It's one of Antwerp's only fine dining restaurants which serves natural wines, and since I've grown to appreciate natural wines, I was curious to try it. Veranda is not a place you'll find by coincidence. It's hidden in the northern part of the city, it's not backed by a big PR machine and the subtle logo above the door is the only thing that hints at its existence. Veranda is the kind of restaurant you'll hear about by word-of-mouth, which in my opinion, is usually how you discover the best places. 
Restaurant Veranda | Antwerp
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