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A Year In Review

A Year In Review

Journal December 1, 2019 0

December for me is a month in which I look back on the past year, and set some goals for the new year ahead. It’s an exciting month for me, with Christmas being my favourite holiday of the year. Decorating the house always marks the fact that we’ve made... Read more
Dechristmassifying

Dechristmassifying

Lifestyle January 6, 2019

It’s early January and it’s all over. My favourite holiday has come to an end. Which is not a sad thing really. I’ve started my countdown to next Christmas already. I actually love taking down all the Christmas decorations. I like to go all out for the holidays, and... Read more
All You Need Is Love

All You Need Is Love

Travel December 24, 2018

After the Second World War, many people wanted to start a new life on the other side of the ocean. The war had destroyed much of the European economy, and instead of waiting years for it to recover people opted to move abroad. Canada, Australia and the United States... Read more
This Is What Christmas In Tokyo Looks Like
Japan is a country rich in traditions and brilliant photo opportunities. In Tokyo, where spectacular festivals take place right on the streets. Japan is welcoming to travelers from around the world. People are helpful, and do everything they can to make you feel at home. Despite it’s business-like exterior,... Read more
Did you get a new camera for Christmas?

Your photography skills have very little to do with the camera you use. Sure, as you progress in your craft you might want a camera that has more advanced features, but it all starts with having an eye for photography. Thinking the camera itself will improve your skills is thinking that you’ll become a Michelin chef by buying a more expensive set of pans.

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A Christmas greeting from the heart – and my holiday gifts to you

Watch my Christmas video e-card (and my gifts to you)

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The perfect response to: How would you like that cooked?

A recent corporate event reminded me of one of those typical Christmas parties: organized with all the best of intentions I’m sure, but despite all the jolly Christmas feelings (infused by the typical open bar) it typically makes me want to quit my job (figuratively speaking, that is, in case I had an actual job).

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