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Autumn in the city

I'm still happy to have moved back to the Netherlands, but without a job, without money, without a plan - it's not easy. It's not easy at all. Luckily, autumn in Utrecht is pretty. And in 2 weeks I'll be in Stockholm, in 4 weeks I'll see Mew and after that I guess things will be better again? Otherwise it will be winter, I'll buy chocolate and I'll go to Copenhagen.

But still: first things first. Let's hope everyday life will be ok(+) again soon.
There must be more to get out of bed for than colorful leaves (and long walks and good coffee), right?



1 - On kanelbullens dag, cinnamon bun day!, I got myself a fresh kanelbulle from this bakery here in Utrecht (!) and celebrated.
2 - My little home very much looks and feels like home now.
3 - The morning after Dutch Design Week, It was breakfast time in bed with my a Liekeland print and the prettiest (empty) beer.
4 - This past week, autumn has been extremely sunny & lovely. I can't get enough of all the pretty leaves.

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1 - I turned 26.
2 - A lot of time was spent in my home office - writing for Allop, testing the new Tony's Chocolonely, looking for a job (which I sort of found! It's an internship and I earn way too less to survive, but it's fun + experience = okay).
3 - I packed for, and went to, Oslo. I guess I'll share some travel photos soon. :)
4 - And by the end of the month I had moved to my favorite Dutch city, Utrecht! Fingers crossed it's a good decision.

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Books, sore feet, a super cuddly pug and a chicken

Vuren. I spent the weekend volunteering at Snor festival, which is the loveliest one-day festival organized by publishing house Snor. (Fun fact: that means 'moustache' in Dutch.) I was so lucky to be volunteering and therefore be painting, drawing, cutting, going for long walks and spending the complete weekend at the cutest camping I've been to: Kampeerterrein de Lievelinge.

Sunday (festival day) was the best part, though. I met so many nice people and got to be in the book shop and sell all the pretty books - and chocolates - all day long. What a dream festival job. ❤ Just look at it: