It was a not so productive week, but I did book a trip to Valencia to create content as a coffee and travel blogger. And I had a crazy bike crash. So, I can’t say it was a boring week. Not at all!
The freelance life. It’s not the easiest way, and I never expected that. But I am surprised how many doors are opening and closing in such a short time. And I am trying to get to used to it.
It was about time to try out the coffee from Zimbabwe that I bought a week ago. I’ve prepared it was my aeropress and I also explain how I make an aeropress.
My last shift at work felt like moving out of my parental house. It’s hard, but you know it’s for the good.
Finally it was time for my long planned trip to Málaga. I was meeting my friends from Holland here and I also had some coffee meetings planned. I was totally ready for some holiday and explore the specialty coffee culture of Málaga.
It’s not Monday yet, but already another vlog online. I was a week behind and now I am back on track. A week about making decisions, working on a coffee event and I have some big news and a What’s In My Bag.
Because I am a bit behind with my weekly vlogs, this is already two weeks ago. But it was a week of lot’s of food and also a lot of sake and like usual lot’s of coffee. New in my vlogs is Brewing Time where I just talk a bit about my day, brew some coffee and explain a bit what I do.
This week my friend from high school came to visit me in Barcelona. It was such a lovely easy going weekend with lot’s of food and wandering around the city. It was also the weekend of La Merce, but to be honest I didn’t had the energy to be surrounded by tons of people, so we took it easy.
It has been some (a lot actually) time since my last vlog, but hey I am back! I did some pre vlogging, but wasn’t very happy with it. This week was great. After a lot of silence, not just from me, from All Those aswell, but they finally came back with a new event. A large food market with workshops and lot’s of coffee and I had the honor to work over there!
Next to Specialty coffee, I guess food is my second passion. I mean who doesn’t love food. I can think about it all day, I can eat all day and I love cooking. But sometimes it’s just easy and nice that food is already prepared and in a different way than I normally would make it. That makes food markets the best thing. And what is better than eating on the street? So, Eat Street was the highlight of my week.