Today you can read the second part of my memories of the nineties. A couple of weeks ago (in this post) you could read about my favourite book, outfit and beauty item, today I tell you which music I listened to, which television shows I liked and what the most important moments of the decade were…
Some time ago my husband celebrated his 50th birthday. We had some family over to be part of the celebrations. But what to serve our guests?
Well as my husband really likes to spend time in the kitchen, he wanted to be in charge of the catering himself. We decided on a couple of tapas and today I will tell you the recipes of the tapas we made.
One of the things I enjoy about blogging is taking all the pictures myself (apart from the outfit pictures that is). In today’s blogpost I will share with you a couple of photography tips which will make your pictures look better in an instant!
When we visited Highclere Castle last year in July (see this post), I bought the most fabulous book in the gift shop: ‘At home at Highclere – Entertaining at the real Downton Abbey’ and for Easter, we made a couple of recipes out of this book. Let me tell you all about that lunch!
Ah… some reminiscing about the nineties today… now that will be soooo much fun! Grab a cup of coffee or tea and read on to find out some of my nineties favourites (including some absolutely hideous pictures… and just a few cute ones :-D)
I always take heaps of pictures, when on a holiday, but what to do with them?
In today’s post I give you some tips on what to do with your travel pictures, as there are too many fond memories attached to them, to just save them on a USB which is lying around the house somewhere gathering dust!