A lot has happened since the last post, on every front: lots of work, lots of activities, lots of worries, lots of fun and more. At the moment, I am stuck home with some bad neck pains and will remain home or in therapy until the end of next week. Basically, I have been overworking myself… Continue reading Catch up with the craziness
This week, I had the pleasure of going back to Portugal and more precisely to Braga (40 minutes away from Porto). My mission was to visit Bosch over there and attend their open doors. Braga is a quite small city that can be reached by train very easily. It is also the capital of Minho,… Continue reading Work trip to Braga
I think it is safe to say that working = having a sedentary life. Your chair is your new best friend, you spend about 8 hours together so at the end of the day, it is important to start moving. This June I got the chance to swim with a club two evenings per week and honestly… Continue reading Getting fitter and healthier…
Last weekend I went to the Brussels Food Festival in Auderghem hosted at the Rouge Cloître. Many food trucks were present but the event had a sustainable touch which made the experience even nicer. During the two days you could not only enjoy the Rouge Cloître and some healthy food (AKA improvised pique nique!) but… Continue reading Brussels Food Festival – Rouge Cloitre
Sometimes life can become tasteless, especially when the train-train quotidien is well installed…I woke up from this situation last week. It is kind of annoying to do the same things over and over again: coming home, cooking, cleaning, showering, eating, sleeping. REPEAT! So last week, I told myself I would be productive and do what I wanted… Continue reading A productive week looks like…
Last sunday we popped in at my in-laws and guess what? They were making zongzi AKA ultimate chinese yummyness! They’re made of glutinous rice, soy sauce and pork wrapped in bamboo leaves but you can do about any variation that you like! In the family, they do it with just pork marinated in soy sauce… Continue reading Making Zongzi 粽子
Monday 16th May was a bank holiday here in Belgium, it’s Pentecôte🙂 So after our trip to Giethoorn we went to Roermond to do some shopping. It was crowded but worth the visit because we found some nice deals, especially in at my favourite brand: Burberry.
Summery colours are out now so I couldn’t resist getting a new mini bag in blue and a new trench❤
I am happy I got this trench because the weather here in Brussels goes from 24°C to 12°C with rain soooo it definitely fits the season!
Enjoy Spring & the Belgian rain :p