According to C.S. Lewis you are never too old to set another gal or to dram a new dream. So my dream is to live in flip-flops, all day every day. All kidding aside, I’ve been thinking more and more about moving to Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands. It is the island where I feel the healthiest, it has no industry, almost no vegetation … Continue reading You are never too old for a new dream
I’m working on my other blog – the organizing one. I’m developing a A to Z organising challenge but al stuck on the letters Q, U and X (in dutch and english) any ideas? Continue reading A to Z challenge
Today I’m at a friends home working on the content for my new website. I decided to have a website for my organizing business, and that it would be good to have some idea about the content. Not only the normal pages – who am I, what do I offer, the pricelist – but also some content for the blog that will be linked to … Continue reading Preparing for the next step
The big thing I am grateful for is the new path my career is going. Being my own boss, being able to choose those projects I can truly believe in. Going back to the admin support, getting more knowledgeable in the organising world. Realising I can do whatever I want to do, and not what I ‘should’ do. Continue reading Journalling Challenge: Day 12: Big Things
I got it! last friday I got my degree in professional organizing. A whole new bunch of opportunities are coming my way. Who knew that I could make a profession out of being organized! Continue reading Professional organizer!
Change is rough, I don’t do change very well. One of those other remainders of my childhood, I have a difficult time to adjust to change, and like the things I know. But I have to admit change has been good for me lately. I started my own company, started blogging, opening up about my past, switch from communication jobs to organizing and admin jobs, … Continue reading Journalling Challenge: Day 9: Changes
I think my biggest insight is that I am better than I think. After a childhood of being told I was worthless and would not amount to much I can proudly say that she was wrong. I can see it in the people around me, they appreciate me for who I am, with all the strange little quirks included. And also in my proffessional live … Continue reading Journalling Challenge: Day 8: Insights