Geen categorie, TRAVEL | 19 March

Sardinia in march: one with nature

Ryanair can be a real gem, we found return tickets for €30,- per person to Sardinia. €30,-, that’s nothing! Okay, we had to go in March which technically still is Winter so we were a bit worried how that would turn out, but we still couldn’t wait to explore the island. Last week we packed our bags and cruised from one amzing view to another in our little rental car, and we have to say: Sardinia in March is so incredibly beautiful! Green hills, turquoise seas and best of all: you’re truly one with nature as there’s almost nobody around. Imagine

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Geen categorie, INSPIRATION, MINIMAL INTERIOR | 9 January

Working less & switching things up to stay inspired

Here’s a strange thing: this year will be my first year as a full blown ‘real’ entrepreneur. It’s scary (bye, bye security), but I haven’t felt this good about a choice since a long (long!) time! Ever since I came back from my 5 week road trip through the US I couldn’t shake the feeling there’s more than work, work, work. I vowed to myself to stop with my job as a behavioral specialist at the Dutch Tax Administration. I’ve been balancing this job with my two companies (a behavioral change company and this blog) at the same time for

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Geen categorie | 8 July

KABK graduation show 2015

The KABK graduation show is a must to check out if you’re in Den Haag. From an objective interpretation of idealists (top left picture) by Tholbjorn to carton turned into art by Victor Breton van Groll (beneath). The last picture is by Anne Kranenborg. Her collection ‘looks at furniture as being in a constant state of fluidity, awaiting the moment in which a person provides its context‘. But there were many more artist that made an impression. Work by Bert Spolders for example (he gives denim a whole new meaning and makes minimal furniture by combining wood and silicone), the amazing designs by Jip Piet, or experiencing the sense of touching

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