Archives for November 2015

Weekend Reading

A homemade life Paris 7

I apologize for not posting anything the past few months. Things have been quite hectic to be honest and I spent little time on my blog. Hopefully, that will change soon since I have to admit, I miss sharing photos and things I came across with you. My life has changed quite a bit. In July, I finished my internship at L’Oréal and a few weeks later, I started working at a lovely and thriving online wine company.

In September I moved to the prettiest apartment in Amsterdam, right next to the canals. Every morning when I am on my way to catch my train to work I remind myself how lucky I am to be able to live in this charming city.

  • Christmas is almost coming! Spending the holidays at home with family is a tradition that certainly has its charms (think twinkling tree, presents, amazing food), still I have to admit that I wouldn’t say no to this magical winter resort, tucked away in Finnish Lapland, where visitors find themselves surrounded by cold blankets of snow, woods and tons of fresh air. And the best part? Visitors will find a field of glass igloos that allow you to gaze up at the Northern Lights as you fall asleep snuggled up in your bed.
  • Talented professional home stager Meredith Baer shares expert advice for staging your home like a pro, without spending a dime.
  • Women ages 50 and above tell candidly about beauty in today’s society, how they view it, how they approach it and how they wish the rest of society would understand it. I highly recommend this article as it’s an eye opener and very inspiring!
  • On cold rainy days like these I love to snuggle up on the sofa with a cup of tea or a glass of wine. Here’s a list of new and old films that will help you feel better on a chilly autumnal night.