Earning my medal (in only 60 days of training)

When I discovered I have celiacs disease (now almost two years ago) and cut gluten from my diet completely I finally started to feel human for the first time in my life. The constant bloating and stomach ache disappeared (I didn’t even KNOW these feelings weren’t normal!), my face started to clear up and heal, my migraines vanished and most… Read more »

My March 2020 reads

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March hasn’t been a great month for reading, as I was ill for two weeks. And with the first bad wave of Covid-19 hitting us in the Netherlands too, it was hard to concentrate at first. But still, I read 4 books! And that is better than nothing at all. I even collected some stars for my #startonyourshelfathon challenge. There… Read more »

Lemon and poppy seed muffins

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Oops, a day late! That Easter weekend seems to get my days confused, but I didn’t forget. It was time to use my muffin tin again. Now that we won’t be going to the shops so often anymore and clearing out the cabinets made me discover I have 13 kinds of flour waiting for me, I try to bake something… Read more »

The allotment: spring tour

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It has been quiet at the blog lately, due to being ill for two weeks, the current happenings in the world and me exploring being an introvert there wasn’t much time I felt like publicly writing. March is normally a very busy month for me, lot’s of family birthdays and the start of the growing season coming together while work… Read more »