Banggood.com asked me to take a look on their website for a winter wishlist. And when I went to their site, I saw that they have really nice clothes and accessoires for a good price. Take a look at my wishlist!
No kidding ;) I want to talk about being overworked. I know I am a student, but during my secondary school time, I was really overworked. I had so many tests, exams and homework, that I sometimes just freaked out... I did grammar school, so it was really hard. Luckily I graduated and I learned a lot, especially what hard work is supposed to be, but still.... I don't feel that good about it.
I learned a lot about myself that time, so I wanted to share some tips.
I live in
Amsterdam and I am at my parents' house in the weekends, they live in a small
town in the middle of the Netherlands. In this post I want to talk about the
differences of living in a (big) city vs small town.
Firstly, the metro. I
love travelling by metro in Amsterdam, it's so fast and easy! There's a lot of
public transport in Amsterdam, which makes if very easy for me to go to school,
work or friends. But I also like to travel by bike :)
I took a photo of lovely Amsterdam
shops, the gym, metro station, train station ... everything is next door to my
room in Amsterdam. It's so handy, which is something I really love of a city.
In a small town or village, it can take some time to travel to, for example, a
Thirdly, it's very
busy in a city... almost everywhere. I actually like that, but it depends on
what you prefer of course. I enjoy sitting down in front of the window and just
watching people moving about :)
The city centre is
so big, I love it. All the shops are there: Forever 21, H&M, Urban
Outfitters, Zara etc. Living so close to all the amazing shops is definitely an
advance of living in a city. There are also a lot of cinemas, cafes,
restaurants and theatres.
Hi everyone! My name is Christine and I'm 18 years old. As a fifteen-year-old girl I started a blog called 'My Runway Fasion World'. I've always been very passionate about blogging, but I thought it is now time for something different. I have been living in Amsterdam for a few weeks and I'm studying executive office management to become a personal assistant. With this blog I will tell you everything about my experiences, will it just be like 'the Devil Wears Prada'? I will also share everything about fashion, food and my life. I hope you enjoy!