Rose gold, marble & minimal – that’s how I like my home decor ánd stationery. In one of my recent study related videos (click!) I showed you guys parts of my desk. So many of you wanted to see a desk tour after checking out that video, that I decided to film it. However, because I’m such a perfectionist, I started to scroll through Pinterest for even cuter ideas to add to my desk before filming that video. I ended up thinking of so many cute diy ideas, that I decided to also film a diy desk decor & organization video for you. I still missed some pieces, so I went out to do some shopping. End of the story: I ended up with a massive minimal and marble home decor & stationery haul, that I’m going to show you right now, haha!View Post
Everything law (school), philosophy & university related.
I think I can safely say that nowadays, we are all BUSY. Not only do we want to have good results at school/uni, we also have to participate in a good amount of extra curriculum activities, while maintaining a social life, work and take care of our health and fitness. And the key to nailing all of them is being productive. Without a high level of productivity, it’s almost impossible to be on top of all those things. Hence, I wanted to make a blogpost and video on my 5 Tips For Being More Productive After Law School/University. Hope you enjoy!View Post
It’s strange to realize how certain places can seem so ordinary to some, while be so extraordinary to others, all at once. For some people the ‘Pont des Arts’ can seem like a regular bridge in Paris, while to other people it can feel like they are being teleported back to other times. That’s how I felt when I was walking passed this bridge, and realizing that my favorite philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre must have done the same thing, yet centuries ago. The fact that I was standing at the same spot where he would’ve talked, walked and thought, while reading his Nausea, was mind-blowing to me. It made me reflect on the past years of my life too. A long time ago, I discovered his existentialistic philosophy, which made me change my life completely. And even now that I am way older, I still have some difficulties implementing his philosophy into my life. I know this may not seem a topic that’s for everybody, but trust me; you need to continue reading this, because I feel like it will help you with your life too.View Post
It’s been already half a year since I’ve started with my journey as a double degree student. That’s right, I finished my first semester (I passed two exams, the last one I don’t know yet!), and I definitely switched up my routine when it comes to studying. That’s why I wanted to update you guys on My Study Routine For Double Degree Students/Exams (Law School & Philosophy). I tried to be as clear and informative as possible, giving you loads of tips and tricks I use during my study sessions. Hope you enjoy!View Post
Good morning guys. It’s time for a quick update. As you probably know (if you follow me on my social media channels), I’m in the middle of my exam period right now. That means it’s time for a new law school vlog! Honestly, the university library is my second home at the moment. I finished two exams and today I have my last exam of the second half of the first semester. Honestly I can’t wait till everything is over and I have my normal life back – which is going to be great, because tomorrow I’m actually already leaving for Paris! However, it’s not all fun and games, because I also need to finish writing my personal statement and fix my CV for my semester abroad application to George Washington Law School in Washington DC. So yeah, lot to do in such little time. With that being said, let’s check out my new vlawg!View Post