The 101 things to do in 1001 days list is mostly to get me doing and trying new things. Most of them are “serious” but there are a few funny and simply retarded ones in the bunch such as #79.
There’s quite a few goals that won’t be finished easily or quickly. These are long-term goals and tasks that will last for the duration of this project and hopefully for a long time afterwards!
A while ago I started on all of these and now I thought it would be time for a quick update on how far I’ve gotten with them 🙂
Perler beads are something most of us played with as children, or has let their children play with. These tiny little plastic beads make all sorts of little artworks and can be great fun to “play” with as adults as well! Continue reading
As you may already know I’m a huge fan of Japan and Japanese culture. The contrast between modern and traditional, logical and spiritual, hyper-modern and old-fashioned, the long history, amazing scenery and it’s people have always fascinated me.
Ah weight. The number 1 enemy of many women (and men) all around the world. Whether you want to lose some weight or gain weight most people worry about it in some way or another and I’m no different!
Last week I completed #6 of my list of 101 things to do in 1001 days: to buy a goat/chicken/something for charity.
As a big fan of Japanese (pop) Culture I love going to all sorts of events related to this. One of the biggest events in Europe about Japanese culture is the Japan Tag in Düsseldorf. This is a yearly event that attracts hundreds of thousands of people from all over Europe to this one city.
I love food. I think everyone does. But as I grow older my love for food isn’t just limited to pancakes, fries, and anything non-veggie anymore. Quite the opposite really as I love trying out new things.
Generally speaking I’m a pretty happy and positive person but sometimes I can have a day where I just don’t want to get out of bed. It’ll be one of those days where I just can’t find the energy for another day at work or some other mundane chore. And still, even those days often have something positive about them. It’s important to take note of those moments and cherish them.