Spring time!

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Januari was about reading and healing and getting to know my new diet. Februari was about being ill again, going on a weekend trip with friends and excitement over all the things I can do, some for the first time ever (like grocery shopping in the evening, wtf, this is how normal people live? it’s amazing!)

And march? March is about being impatient, having a lot of check-ups with different doctors, getting cranky and restless because of the bad weather and then… finally… GETTING TO THE GARDEN!

Because yes, now that I finally have the energy, I am about 4 to 6 hours a week in my vegetable garden. Carting compost around, making the beds ready for spring. Planting potatoes, broad beans, peas. Harvesting wild garlic. Making a tiny patio to sit in summer. Clipping the hedge. Watching the birds. Weeding the strawberries. Sowing some flowers. I love it!

2018: a year of reading

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With the year almost over, “everybody” is doing a recaps again. And well, to be honest, too many things happened this year and I don’t feel like sharing all of that. That’s why I decided to instead show you what I have been reading in 2018. :-)

You know I like list challenges, it’s sort of a to-do list to keep me motivated and active on something. Last year I decided to do more reading, again, and instead of “just do more reading” I chose to set myself the goal of reading 42 books in 2018. Below you can find the books that I’ve read and am still reading. It’s more than 42! Continue reading