I wish for all of you to have the ability to enjoy your life to the fullest, regardless of which year we are living in at the moment. Moreover, I would like to remind you that stepping into a new year does not necessarily means that there is need for change in your life (I always get the feeling that some people regard New Years as some magical point in time which will automatically turn your life around…); the only one in charge of change is you!

Nevertheless, also I tend to have the standard new year’s resolutions (“I’m really going to stop procastinating this year”) which I am not always getting to… It is however cool to make some resolutions and to really make it your personal goal for the next year!

Hereby my personal goals to, maybe, get you inspired:

#1: Obtain my Masters Degree!

#2: Get a grip on what to do after goal 1 (really, more difficult than obtaining a degree)

#3: Go on the Trans-Siberian Express (has always been a favourite on my list, but this year I’m really going for it!)

#4: Eat at two of my wish-list restaurants

#5: Visit one of my wish-list cities

#6: And to, of course, stay healthy and fit; without a healthy mind & body there is nowhere to go!

I hope you are all as eager as I am to thick off the goals list when entering 2020! I wish you all a year full of luck, happiness and success.


Happy New Year!

As the New Year has arrived, we can go on with hopes anew. The year 2019 will be a year like none before and I wish you guys all the best and hope to provide you with interesting reading material in the time to come. Challenge yourself, as I surely will too.

My new year’s resolutions are:

#1: Picking a thesis topic, best to get the most important things done first!

#2: Learning Java, I think IT is a useful for everyone in this digital age

#3: Finally, finding the right job to challenge me for the second part of 2019 


I hope you all said goodbye to a good year, and brace yourself to a whole new one of challenges and adventures. Although I am not a huge fan of new year hype per se I do enjoy celebrations, big or small.

My best wishes for 2019 are all for the power of celebrations, especially of the tiny moments, because the the moment we stop enjoyng the small achievements and the little improvements, life become much more flavourless. So there you have it, I wish you pleantiful of moments that you feel like celebrating, alone and with all the people you care about.

As for New Year’s resolutions, I am committed to keep my administration more tidy (a lot more tidy), be more present with family, graduate, travel to an Asian or South American country, have at least one day of sunbathing, buying a nice lego set and get in shape for the next mud master race in September.

Happy 2019 all!


My best wishes for 2019 to you all! Although it’s better to not make new year’s resolutions (they almost always fail), people still make them every year, including me.

2019 will be an exciting year for me, since much is going to change. Therefore, this new year feels like a tipping point for me. My new year’s resolutions are:

#1: Finishing my masters in Supply Chain Management by writing my thesis and doing an internship;

#2 Spend more time with family and friends (I was lacking this the past few months …);

#3 Do more sports activities (I started playing volleyball last September and I like it a lot!).


First of all I wish everyone a happy new year! Hopefully you made all your new years resolutions come true. For me a new year is just another day but for many it is an important date, a fresh start. For those of you who continue their studies, I hope you have lots of success with studyin. For those who graduate, have fun and enjoy life before being an adult.

My new years resolution for the next year is also a simple one. I want to graduate and get a job. Most probably I will go on a holiday after graduating which is another incentive for graduating as soon as possible! Last but not least, I wish you all the best in 2019!

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