Hey hi hello!
It’s been a while, hasn’t it? By now, it must be clear to you, the other readers of this blog, their parents and friends, their pets, the neighbours next door, the people in the city half an hour away and everyone else (including myself) that yours truly is not the best at weekly posting a new blog. (TBH, apparently even monthly turns out to be a struggle.) So, what better way to remedy this than to… start a new blog post series!
Yeah. Hold your horses though, because this one will not have the intent of being a scheduled one. Let me explain: up to this point, all my posts have been themed, tied into one categorie or another. Although I love that format because it allows me to go into detail about a certain subject, it means less space for rambling or personal ideas. Cue “Update Time”, the series that leave room for exactly that. It will allow me to dump any and all thoughts and experiences on paper, keep those interested updated, and at the same time ensures that my thematic posts will only be about their proper subject. Oh, and did I mention that this series will not be every X time? Instead, it will depend on how busy I am and, let’s face it, whether I have something interesting to write about or not. Everyone happy!
In short, Update Time is a new series where I take all of you along for the ride that is my life. No promises about when the next post will be, but expect talk about things like my recent internship, the hell that is writing a thesis, going out with friends, life with 2 cats (and a boyfriend), and other things. I hope you’ll enjoy it all.
Oh, and before I forget: since I like to pretend to be a professional blogger, these series will even have their own (ugly) header. It’s a painting by Andreas Achenbach of a stormy sea. You can sea a proper picture of this amazing piece of art below (did you sea what I did there? Hehehe). I thought it was fitting, since my life so far has not been the calmest. And now, to end this post with another proper cliché: sharing is caring, please like, comment and subscribe! (Cringing as I’m writing this, but, oh well.)
Hugs and besitos,
Andreas Achenbach – Schiffe im Sturm an der holländischen Küste