Let’s start the year sincere
It has been years, ages, eons, since my last post. I can apologize but well, life just got in the way. It got too demanding with my studies, internships, minor, thesis-pressure, graduation and now I’ve embarked on a new adventure where I started a management-traineeship so you know: busy as always. However, despite me being ‘busy as always’ I am finally getting some structure in my life. I have an alarm that repeats at the same time every weekday, which results in a somewhat structured bedtime. This is it, I’m finally becoming a Real Adult!
Or you know, I pretend to until my imposter syndrome kicks in.
One of the downsides of this structured, 40-hours a week, working life is that by the time I get home I don’t really feel like experimenting in the kitchen a lot. I just want to make a meal (fast), eat and relax. But honestly, I think even the most passionate chefs have their off-days. So why not focus on that and produce recipes that cater to that need? Hence the start of a series: ‘Adulting is hard, but cooking doesn’t have to be’. I genuinely hope people will benefit from this and I also genuinely hope that I can keep it up this time because I have missed the writing.
First post of this series will follow soon!