So you want to travel for work?

Doesn't it sound like a dream? You get paid to travel. Sure, you have to spend 8 hours in the office. But you get to stay in fabulous hotels, visit the places Tripadvisor suggests and get to eat in different restaurants. But really, is it all that wonderful? I just got back from a 4 … Continue reading So you want to travel for work?

Roaming the streets I used to walk before

Roaming the streets I used to walk before The streets that used to take me home The same streets that now make me want to explore again Remember or imagine yourself walking on the streets of a vacation destination. You're probably looking around. Interesting sculptures, different looking people, shops you're not used to, small authentic … Continue reading Roaming the streets I used to walk before

Clothes make the (wo)man and being yourself

Whenever I'm traveling for work, the term "business trip" seems so overrated. Mainly because what I am really going to do is talk about to equally nerdy colleagues about electricity and stuff, on a site location far away from any kind of civilization. But the people at the airport don't know that. So there's my … Continue reading Clothes make the (wo)man and being yourself

Do the happiest countries have the most genuine smile?

I stumbled upon an article of the world happiest countries. Source: weforum.org Scandinavia (who only consists of 5 countries) dominates the top 10, with the Finish flag proudly waving at the top. I can't speak for all the countries, but I have lived in Denmark and the Netherlands long enough to judge. Let's analyze. The … Continue reading Do the happiest countries have the most genuine smile?

Does nature needs to be commercialized?

  Now that the coziest holiday season is approaching, discussions between religion and commercialism will also be raised. And so, the jolliest time of the year disappears in anger and people trying to prove their point. This thought provoked my brains as we walked near the Niagara falls. Nature showed one of her most powerful … Continue reading Does nature needs to be commercialized?

Childhood dreams

We went to a hockey yesterday. If was the perfect excuse for me to buy a foam finger,  pretend I'm angry when the New York Rangers scored and keep on fixing my hair in case the kiss cam would record towards us. The atmosphere is amazing and even though I am not a big sport's … Continue reading Childhood dreams