Two weeks ago I finally decided to get something I had been dreaming about for years: a piercing! At first I wanted to wait until the summer holiday started, but since I didn’t had to leave the house the week after, I saw it as the perfect opportunity to go get a piercing!
A friend came over for the week and we decided to go out for dinner on the last day. We could’ve gone to Sashimi (an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant), but decided that we wanted something different for a change. So we went to Umami instead!
I had been seeing a lot of people liking the Facebook page of Tokyo Treat, and I was getting pretty curious about what it was. So I took a look at and saw that they have are a monthly subscription box for Japanese candy! I LOVE Japanese candy, and since they have free worldwide shipping, I was sold. I got the premium box (which is the biggest box of the three that they offer). So here are my thoughts on this Tokyo Treat subscription box!
March 31 I got a text message from the game store with the news that my pre-order had arrived: Persona 5 premium edition!
Collecting books. It is something I cannot help myself from doing. I see a pretty book, I take it home! Now, I am a slow reader, but I love reading nonetheless, especially during the spring and summer time: taking your books with you as you go to the park. Today I would like to share with you the “BEST BOOKS EVER”! Nah, just my favorites.
By Lauren Kate
This is actually the first book that got me into reading. I’ve always hated reading since we had to finish our books quickly in elementary school and I was just really, really slow (like really). But halfway through highschool I found myself browsing through some young adult fantasy books and ended up buying Fallen by Lauren Kate. I took it to school with me EVERY single day. This is such a nostalgic book for me, and even though I rarely read the angsty young adult books with vampires and stuff anymore, this one will forever have a special place in my heart.
An awkward love story
By Tom Ellen & Lucy Ivison
This book is actually the last one I finished reading. I bought it on a whim when visiting the bookstore, and it ended up being one of the best purchases! It is just such a funny book that had me laughing the whole way reading through it! It is so cute and relatable, and I love the fact how it was written. There are two authors, and they each have their own character that they write. Tom Ellen writes the parts of the boy and Lucy Ivison writes parts of the girl her life. There are many, many, many awkard moments, leaving you with a feeling of vicarious shame from time to time!
The madwoman upstairs
By Catherine Lowell
On our last day in Paris, my friends and I decided to visit this absolutely amazing bookstore: Shakespeare and company. And even though I was almost through my money, I ended up buying two books (which both received official stamps from the store!). An amazingly illustrated version of the first Sherlock Holmes case and The madwoman upstairs. I don’t think I’ve ever finished a book that fast! I read it the whole bus trip from Paris to Maastricht and the days after, not being able to put it down! It has suspense, mystery, and such an amazing main character that is just so relatable and funny!
A darker shade of magic
By V.A. Schwab
Now I have yet to finish this book, but the way it is written and themes are so amazing! It feels like a young adult fantasy book, but with a more mature feel to it. It has magic, suspense, and an absolutely amazing world. Seriously, the way Victoria Schwab built all the different places is just perfect. I also have a few friends that are absolutely smitten with the book, so definitely check this one out if you’re looking for a new series!
I also bought two new books (they are both about memory for some reason). One is an English crime called “Mister Memory” by Marcus Sedgwick, about a man who remembers every little detail of his life and murder mystery. And the other one is a young adult book called “The One memory of Flora Banks” by Emily Barr. It is about a girl who has amnesia and forgets everything, day after day, until.. this one boy comes around! I love cheesy romantic books when they have a little bit of an edge, so I hope this one won’t disappoint!
Do you guys read too? If so, what are your favorite books? And did you already know the one’s I listed here? Let me know in the comments, I’d love to hear from you!
I’ve only recently been starting to wear lipstick more often. There is one color that I absolutely LOVE, but it can get kind of boring using the same color over and over again. So I tried looking for a new color to fall in love with. This appeared to be more difficult than I imagined.
I’ve tried matte lipstick, lip gloss, even powdered ones, but they all just missed that one thing. So I decided to do some research on how to find the right color that matches best with the rest of your appearance. Because just as with dying your hair, the color need to match your skin tone.
Decide what undertone your skin has
Your skin can have a warm, cool or neutral undertone. If you want to know which tone your skin has, you can check the following things:
- If your skin easily burns in the sun, it has cooler undertones and if you easily tan you have warm undertones.
- check the color of the vein on your wrist – blue is mostly cool, and greens veins may mean warmer undertones. If you can’t tell the difference you may have a neutral tone.
Once you’ve decided on your undertone, you can decide on the lipstick: choosing a color complementary to your skin tone – blue toned lipsticks suit best with cool toned faces, while peach and orange are better suited to warmer colors.
cool under tone: lipstick color with blue/cool tones
Best colors: pink shades, red (dark or bright) and dark purple shades
Warm under tone: lipstick color with warm tones
Best colors: peach, orange and coral shades
Neutral under tone: lucky you! You can wear it all
Best colors: beige, brown and terracotta shades
I ended up buying a dark red color from Maybelline, which I quite like. I am still looking for a good pink shade, however. If any of you have a favorite color for fair skin types, let me know!
Vorige week ben ik met een groepje vrienden langs gegaan bij kattencafé Mispoes in Den Bosch. Omdat ik nooit eerder naar een dierencafé ben geweest (zelfs niet in Japan!), was ik toch wel erg nieuwsgierig. Ik hou super veel van katten, want kijk nou naar die snoezige snuitjes!
Als je binnen wandelt kom je meteen terecht bij de balie, waar er gevraagd wordt of je een afspraak hebt staan. Daarna kregen we een paar regels te horen en konden we onze handen desinfecteren. Eenmaal klaar en we mochten door de volgende deur naar binnen.
Hier werden we meteen al begroet door een kleine kat die veilig op de kast stond te kijken naar alle mensen. In de het eetgedeelte zelf staan verscheidene soorten tafeltjes, voor zowel een grote groep mensen als voor een middagje thee met je beste vriendin.
Voor de katten was er super veel te doen. Zo konden ze slapen in kattenkasteeltjes, kisten die aan de muur waren gehangen, lekker kroelen tussen te kussens op de bank en konden ze ook naar buiten om even te ontsnappen aan alle mensen.
Je kan er uitgebreid lunchen, van warme chocolademelk en thee, tot belegde broodjes en zoetigheid.
Ook hebben ze erg leuke souvenirs, zoals ringen in de vorm van een katje en kartonnen dozen die zijn uitgeknipt tot een kasteel voor je kat.
Het leukste moment was toen een werknemer ons een laser gaf om met de katten te spelen. Je kon je zo van de één naar de andere kant van de kamer sturen, en sprongen zo de bij de deur omhoog, en af en toe een frontale botsing tussen twee katten die beide het lampje wilden hebben.
Het was een erg gezellige middag en zeker een aanrader voor alle kattenliefhebbers!
Misschien vind je dit ook leuk