When I handed in my thesis in April, I officially left the Dutch school system for the first time in my life. I lost all the privileges that come with being a student in the Netherlands (financial support, discounts, free use of public transport…) and dove straight into the real, big, grown-up world. I decided to make a bold move and try to carve my very own path to success. I’m still at the start of that (or at least I hope I’m nowhere near close to the end), but it has already taught me some very valuable life lessons. I want to share five things with you that I’ve learned since I graduated.
In today’s video I’m going to show you everything I do and all the products I use to wind down in the evening, after a long day. Enjoy!
I love organising hard-to-organise spaces. Like junk drawers, or the fridge! Fridges tend to be a messy spot in many people’s houses, while it’s actually a really important place to keep organised. A messy fridge is a disaster: forgotten leftovers, mushy vegetables in the back, lost dairy products… It’s not only nasty but can be potentially dangerous as well, contaminating your fresh food unnoticed.
Today I want to show you how I organise my fridge! Granted, I have a large fridge that I use all by myself, and I always empty it out before leaving for the weekend, so it’s not that hard to keep organised. But these tips should be aplicable to any fridge size and contents!
It’s Vlog Friday! Follow me in last week’s adventures 🙂
Sometimes when I’m craving a snack, I want a little bit more than just an apple. Something warm, comforting, delicious… But still healthy. Today I’m bringing you just that! Prepare to fall in love with this healthy single serve apple crumble.