Books, Review EN

The Princess Saves Herself In This One

I saw this book passing by on instagram and the title immediately got my attention. So I bought it. repeat after me: you owe no one your forgiveness. - except maybe yourself. A short summary A poetry collection divided into four different parts: the princess, the damsel, the queen, & you. The different chapters piece… Lees verder The Princess Saves Herself In This One

Personal, Society

Social Anxiety – And what it is

I have been diagnosed with social anxiety several years ago. I can't remember the day that I wasn't anxious about social situations. I know how much it sucks to get stressed and/or anxious in every social situatiion (which is like, every damn day several times). Plus there are so many people who don't have social… Lees verder Social Anxiety – And what it is

Books, NL recensie

Recensie The Rosie Project

Het moment dat ik begon met dit boek, werd ik meteen verliefd. Ik vind de schrijfstijl heel prettig, ik hou van het hoofdpersonage Don Tillman, en ik vind het heel leuk hoe het thema van het boek over Don's manier van denken gaat. Dit boek en de opvolger, The Rosie Effect, staan op mijn favoriete-boeken… Lees verder Recensie The Rosie Project

Books, NL recensie

Recensie The Rosie Effect

De mensen die mij op Instagram volgen weten dat ik een fan van de Rosie serie ben. De eerste keer dat ik het eerste boek las werd ik meteen verliefd op het verhaal en de hoofdrolspeler, Don Tillman. Dus - natuurlijk - moest ik ook het tweede deel lezen. “We’re scientists,’ I reminded him. ‘We shouldn’t be defeated by problems. If we think hard enough, a solution will present itself.” (...)

Books, Review EN

Review The Rosie Effect

The people who follow me on instagram may know how much I love The Rosie series from Graeme Simsion. The moment I started reading the first book, The Rosie Project, I fell in love with the story and with the main character, Don Tillman. So I -obviously- had to read the sequel as well. “We’re scientists,’ I reminded him. ‘We shouldn’t be defeated by problems. If we think hard enough, a solution will present itself.” (...)