Book review : Hygge – the Danish art of happiness

I'm sure most people have never heard for 'hygge' but to Danish people it's a part of their DNA. Since we all strive for happiness and Denmark is known to be (one of) the happiest nations on this planet, we'd better pay a little attention. Especially since it turns out that Hygge does play a significant role in this happiness.

Book review : A survival guide for life

Bear Grylls is one of the most well known people around the world, when it comes to survival and outdoor adventure. Over the years he has written 20 books and this one is an insider's guide on how to follow your heart and live an empowered, effective, fun-filled life. If you're in an instant need of motivation, this book will be the perfect cure!

Book review : If life was a circle, where would you be?

Having a lifelong fascination for circles, this time Inez van Oord refers to life itself as a circle. A circle like a compass; a compass with 'Mind' as North and 'Body' being South, 'Self' as East and 'Others' being West. A compass to help us find our own balance within those four poles. A compass that can guide us back to the centre of it all, back to the essence of what makes life worth living.

Book review : Miss yellow hair, hello!

As a digital nomad, the Dutch Iris Hannema travels the world while writing articles for newspapers and magazines such as National Geographic. The combination of a job as a (traveling) journalist/photographer, her humour and adventurous mind, makes that she ends up in unfamiliar places and the craziest of circumstances. Therefore this young woman has countless of stories to tell and already published two books that are filled with her experiences. Stumbling across her first book 'Miss yellow hair, Hello!' in the local library left me with no other option; this book had to be read.

Book review : The Happiness Project

One morning like many others Gretchen Rubin, a NYC-based writer and mother of 2 young children, has the sudden realization that she's in danger of wasting her life. She feels like the years are passing her by and decides it's time for a change. Not because she isn't happy, but because she knows she can be happier. Knowing nothing will change unless she makes it change, she decides to dedicate a year trying to be happier and starts her own happiness project. A project that results in a blog, a website and eventually turn into a book. The book that I've been reading, several times.

Book review : Wild

It’s the summer of ’95 when 26 year-old Cheryl makes one of the biggest and probably most impulsive decisions of her life. Four years after losing her mother, Cheryl finds her family scattered and her marriage broken. Accidentally coming across a book about the PCT at a gasstation, she decides this is what she needs. Not knowing what she is putting herself into, her adventure starts there & then.