Tuesday, 31 December 2019

A video of my 2019



Happy New Year's eve! I wish you all peace, new adventures, friendship, love, laughter, and becoming who you really are for the next year. 

I did a one-second-everyday video for the second year in a row (here is last year's), and I'm doing it again in 2020, because I love them!


Have fun tonight whatever you are up to. Rich and I are staying home (my stomach is feeling off) and will probably not even make it until midnight - just the way we like it 😉

See you on the other side!

xoxo Miriam



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Monday, 30 December 2019

The last decade

With the second decade of the 21st century coming to an end, many of us have been looking back on the last 10 years. I'm no exception, being a lover of list-making and dreaming and taking a look back at the story of my life. In my case the last 10 years also encompass my entire 30s, since my birthday is in December. So it was extra-special to take a look back to see what I did during the last decade aka my flirty thirties. 
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Tuesday, 24 December 2019

Merry Christmas!

Dear friends, 
I wish you all happy holidays and a very merry Christmas! If you are struggling this year (or every year), remember that it's almost over. A few more days and then it's TGIF, which this year also means TGCIO (Thank God Christmas is over). 
Stay away from social media (the highlight reel is worse than ever this time of year), have a good cry if you feel like it, and don't forget that way more people feel like you than you will ever know. You are most definitely not alone!
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Tuesday, 17 December 2019

2019: The unexpected year of YES


Many mornings I leave when it's dark. The nights are usually cold and clear this time of year, and with the world still sleeping it seems like I have the glorious sky with all its brilliant stars all to myself. I love those mornings, driving through the slowly awakening world, sometimes chasing the sunrise, other times following the sinking moon. 
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Monday, 2 December 2019

Letting go of the *should*

I had it all planned out: a night away in a romantic hotel. A three-course dinner. Dancing. Lots of champagne. A stroll through the village lit up with thousands upon thousands of twinkling Christmas lights. A lazy swim in the hot springs, steam curling in the cold night air, the dark night sky with millions of stars stretching above us. Getting dolled up in a glittery dress, putting on heels, curling my hair. I thought that would be the perfect way to celebrate my upcoming 40th birthday. It sounded lovely - but for some reason I couldn't really get excited for it. 

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