Birthday Girl

April 5th – All eyes on me : it’s my birthday! Finally 30 years old! Life’s going fast, but it’s treating me well. I’m at a point in life where I can honestly say that I have or own most of the things that make me happy. And last year I’ve started this blog, what an adventure! (Happy to share all this with you. Everytime I’m writing/sharing a post I’m curious about your feedback. They make my day! Can’t wait to see where the blog will bring me in the next months/years)

Okay, so today I’m starting a new chapter in my life. Those of the 30s, I’ve been counting the days ’til this moment. I believe people will take me more seriously. (Even though I know what life is all about – I’ve had enough ups and the downs. Unfortunately a lot people will judge you differently as long as you’re in your twenties.) I’ve heard from a lot of women that the thirties were their best. As well as on carreer level as personal. Let’s say I’m very curious what these next 10 years will bring me.. I hope I’ll find the time to explore the world a little bit more. Would like to meet new people, people with a past and an interesting story. And oh YES, bring me lots of unexpected and/or difficult situations, I need challenges…

Furthermore, I won’t live my life in a different way then I did before. I won’t make any promises like sporting more, being more patiently,… I am who I am. I made it this far so I’ll definitely make it through the rest of this amazing journey.

So, I say: “Happy Birthday to me. Be proud of who/what you’ve become. Keep working your ass off to fulfill your dreams. And make this life an incredible ride!



  1. Lisa
    5th April 2017 / 7:18 pm

    Happy birthday sweety! <3

  2. 5th April 2017 / 7:53 pm

    Hopelijk niet te laat…. alsnog gefeliciteerd en een fijne verjaardag(savond) ;/)

  3. 7th April 2017 / 12:34 pm

    Happy Birthday!!! 30 is such a big one! I took time when I turned 30 to really think about all the things I had learned in my 20’s and gradually started to notice a shift in where I wanted to be next. I also cried at my birthday lunch super awkwardly because I was sad about turning 30, but eventually, I got over it. I didn’t cry when I turned 31, so it took a while for me to adjust. Not sure why! You have the right attitude going into it!
    xx Jenelle

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