Rainy summer weekends are perfect for experimenting in the kitchen. I have been creating some recipes myself lately, it just adds a whole new dimention to the cooking experience. It reminds me of the olden days. So much fun
A little less fun today; Fighting a nasty laryngitis. To sore to eat properly, but my mind is cooking up some new ideas already.
1.Just started to read 'The Gift' which I found exploring through the English bookstore in Amsterdam, but it is already changed my perspective, can't wait to read the rest of it! I'll keep you guys updated.
2. Really stop hiding your gift(s) and start sharing..
(Gift was this weeks 'corner view' topic)
Ps. thank you all for your encouraging words on my previous post!
The amount of stuff that can happen in five years is ridiculous. Life surprised me with waves of happiness and tragedy. Experiences that helped me grow into the person I am today. I am thankfull, but also a bit melancholic when I look back. When confronted with hard times, like my dad getting really sick again (thank God he is doing much better now) I slipped into survival mode, such a useful mechanism, but it didn't leave much room for playfull creativity. Now the survival mode is no longer usefull, which makes me wonder: where will I be five years from now? I believe the answer to that question is not as randomn as it may feel at times, but lies in my daily routine (as I have learned from J. Maxwell, T.Foy and my own experience). Two years ago I felt overwhelmed by my schedule, my stuff and my plans. Simplifying my life a little every day completely changed that. I find comfort and courage in that fact. I already know I will grow in certain areas because I made a habit of educating myself a little every day in the subjects that matter to me. I don't know what life will bring, I only know I will continue to make every day count.