So I started the 100 things summer challenge a couple of days ago.
At first I didn't know where to begin, but I decided to start with my room (I still have some moving boxes laying around) and all of my chest drawers, then continue sorting out all of the boxes in storage (Yup, there's even more!) and then my wardrobe. Guess what? I actually reached the point where I threw away 101 things!! This challenge is the best motivater EVER to really clean my room thoroughly, I just want to throw away everything haha. This was just a small update, I will write more tomorrow. Goodnight!
Already sounds awesome doesn't it?
Let me explain;
The challenge is about getting rid of 100 things this summer. [July to September]
That is except:
- Letters, pictures, paper
- Pens and pencils
- Underwear and socks
- Everyday essentials like detergent, toothpaste and food
Oh, and when you get something, like a gift, or buy something, that means +1!! So you can't throw away 100 things and then buy 100 things for it in return!
I only found this challenge just now so I will start tomorrow. But I think I can still manage to get rid of 100 things before summer ends :) (You don't want to know how much stuff I own.. I might just make this my 250 Things Summer Challenge)
I hope you guys will join me and I'll keep you posted!
I have been away for quite a long time now, but I am back to update you on everyting :)
On the 14, 15 and 16th of June I was at Pinkpop! This is a festival in the Netherlands in Limburg.
It was sooooo amazing! I already want to go there again haha. I saw The Script, Kings of Leon, Kensington, FUN., la Pegatina, Ben Howard, Will and the People, Passenger, Ellie Goulding, Handsome Poets, Paramore, The Killers, Thirty Seconds To Mars, and my fa-vou-rite, GREENDAY! Oh I had such a good time and I can't wait till next year!
The 19th of June, my good friend Klaudija and I left on a plane to Spain to walk the Camino the Santiago. This is a pilgrimage route originally from Saint-Jean Pied de Port in France all the way to Santiago de Compostela. We decided to start in Leon, so we would walk 300 kilometers in total. So every day we walked around 20 kilometers, a perfect amount so when we arrived in the next village/city we would still have almost the whole day to walk around (even more haha). We stayed in the so-called "Albergues" where we slept in bunkbeds almost every night. And then every morning we woke up at 05:30, packed our backpacks and started walking again at 06:30. I really loved waking up early there! See the sunrise, walk before it gets very hot. Words can't describe the experience... but it was really amazing, and every single person I met is wonderful. I really hope to see them again in the future. Thank you everyone for making this a vacation not to be forgotten. People came from literally everywhere around the globe. Canada, America, Mexico, Hawaii, England, Scotland, Ireland, Holland, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, South-Africa, Australia, New-Zealand, South-Korea, China, Hungary. YOU ROCK