New Blog Design


First of all, I want to apologize that I don’t have a main blog post this Wednesday. I’ve been feeling really tired the past few days and simply didn’t have the energy to do anything else but watch series or practice a little calligraphy. I really need to take better care of my sleeping patterns and get back to exercising every day (I’ve been slacking off…).

What I DID do today – as you might have noticed – was changing my blog’s design. I’ve been feeling the need to change it for a couple of weeks now, because I wanted it look less cute and girly and more grown-up. After placing the last widget, I have to say that I’m quite happy with it. I still really need a new text for my “About” page…something witty…

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The Lottery Tag

The Lottery Tag

The wonderful Janah has nominated me for the Lottery Tag! Thank you for thinking of me, I’m happy to be one of the first bloggers to participate in this tag. Click here to read Janah’s post!

The Lottery Tag was created only two weeks ago by Natalie Vinh, you can click here to read the original post!

Here is a quick synopsis of the tag:

There is no set sum of money – it could be $100 or $100m dollars – let your imagination run with it. All up for interpretation. Tell us what you would do with that money, and then tag a couple of your blogging friends to do the same. Continue reading

Easy DIY Christmas Decoration Part 2: Hand-Painted Candle Holders

DIY Christmas Decoration: Hand-Painted Candle Holders

It’s already the second weekend in December and that special Christmas feeling is spreading warm in our tummies. Golden lights and the smell of mulled wine and waffles surround us on every trip to the city. But between all the baking and searching for presents, I think it’s important to find some time for ourselves and simply unwind. These painted candle holders are very easy and quick to make. You only need a couple of glass containers, gold acrylic paint and a small brush. They also make unique and very personal Christmas gifts!

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