What’s up, Nation?
Het is eindelijk tijd voor deel twee van mijn Youtube-serie. In deze reeks vertel ik jullie wat meer over mijn favoriete Youtubers. Deel 1 ging over beauty-guru: Essie Button.
Vandaag heb ik het over Philip De Franco!
Zoals jullie waarschijnlijk wel gemerkt hebben heb ik deze week mijn belofte gebroken om elke week minstens 2 blogs te schrijven. Ik heb hier echter een heel goede reden voor!
I just came across this beauty on Tumblr.
Made my night. I’ll translate it for the non-Dutch speaking people among us:
Nothing to see here.
The thing you are looking for isn’t at this address for the moment. Unless, of course, you were looking for this page with the Error, in that case: congratulations, you found it!
ps: The thing was actually spinning!
You can now follow me through Bloglovin!
Soooo, this is like the hundredth time I decided to start blogging, but this will be it!
My name is Iris, I’m 20 and at a point in my life where I’m not sure about how I will go on. I’m currently in a subject in school that I don’t want to pursue in the future, so for the second time in my semi-adult life I am debating on switching majors.
This is kind of a crossroads in my life and thus the perfect moment to start something new.
I have been an avid blog-reader for about a year now, definitely addicted to a couple of them. And now I feel like I am ready to begin something for myself.
The plan is to post at least 2-3 times a week. These posts will include: reviews of make-up, books, music, films, series, personal posts, DIY’s, … (ideas are always appreciated)
I am still considering the language I will be posting in: either English or Dutch (my mother tongue).
I hope there will be at least a little bit of an audience for my little project, enjoy reading!
A lot has been happening the last couple of weeks, I went to camp, for five days and it was awesome. I had a very hard time coming home early..
I also decided I’m going to do something else next year. Last year I was studying Art History, but I didn’t like the way they were going with it, like writing papers and doing research in library’s, it just wasn’t for me..
So next year I’m probably going to study to be a teacher. But I’m still not sure which courses I want to be giving. At first I was thinking about Art, but my parents aren’t really fond of that choice, and I have no idea if I’m talented enough…
So at the moment I’m thinking either English and Dutch, or English and History, or English and Dutch…
It’s a hard decision.