Friday, May 26, 2017

The one with links to like


How to be kind among unkind people 

Since a while, I try to watch a TEDx Talk video daily, this is one of my favourites

Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal answer the Web's most searched questions

If it's good enough for Oprah..... 

Love, love, love this quote 

These floral leggings 

This corgi is the new Waldo 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

The one with some Etsy finds for the home

Since Etsy hasn't brought Treasuries back (yet)(but with the new CEO I am hoping they will be bringing the 'old' Etsy back), I am sharing some of my favourite finds here today. I am especially smitten with that dream of a mirror! Just to be clear, this post is just for fun, it's not in any way sponsored by Etsy, or the featured sellers. 


Wednesday, May 10, 2017

The one with a visit to Museum Kurhaus

On april 27th we celebrate King's Day in the Netherlands. It's a national holiday, where we celebrate King Willem-Alexander's birthday. Traditionally the festivities involve music, flea markets, red-white-and-blue flags adorn houses and we eat orange coloured 'tompoucen', typically Dutch pastry that's pink coloured normally, and it's impossible to eat them in a chic way! The King himself celebrates by visiting a different city each year.

Me and my mum fled the country and hustle and bustle of the city. We wanted to visit Museum Kurhaus in Kleve for quite some time and we thought it might be a perfect day to do some art-watching. Kleve is just across the border in Germany, and only half an hour away by car. Does it sound familiar? Whenever you are on a holiday, you do all sorts of stuff and visit special places, but the things that are closer to home go onto the one-day-I'll-do-that-list? And my apologies for the picture heavy-ness of this post!

The museum is housed in a former spa, isn't it gorgeous?

We had a lunch break, with waffles, warm cherries and cream, big Yum!

I love that there's a printing press in the background of this photo!  


After visiting the museum, we had a stroll through the park.


The museum is definitely something I would recommend. There something for everyone, photography, paintings, sculptures, textiles. I really liked the variety. Also, if you like architecture, the building by itself is worth the visit. More info on the museum can be found on their website (only in German and Dutch).

A little blast from the past, more Kings Day posts over here, here, and here