I have been neglecting my blog a bit. I have been visiting your blogs (and hopefully leaving comments so you know I am still here).
I have been thinking about my blog a lot lately. I am a bit stuck. I still love it, but I have a serious writers block. So I am trying to figur out what to do with the blog. I want to keep it personal, but also be able to write about other things then my home. My blog is supposed to be about my thirfty finds. But I haven’t been visiting much flea market and thrift stores lately. I don’t think it is of much use to stash my house with finds while I have my mother’s things boxed in the attic. It also doesn’t feel right.
Suggestions about my blog are very welcome!
What else have I been up to… O.K. let me think…
I’ve been to work a lot, cleaning the house, cooking, doing the laundry.
But I guess that is not what you mean.
I have been discovering my Mac, trying to find nice software.
I bought Photoshop Elements 9. First I wanted to buy the Dutch version, but I decided against it. First of all the English version was much cheaper (I bought it through Amazon.co.uk) and most tutarials on the internet are in English. Buying the English version makes it easier to use these tutorials. If you want to try PSE 9, you can download it at Adobe and try it for 30 days. It has an option for guided use, very nice for a dummy like me.
I have been reading digitalized magazines a lot lately. I will blog about that later this week.
I have been buying things for the house in the last couple of months that have been on my wish list. The nice thing is, when I saw these things first I made a mental note. One way or the other I walked into them.
I bought this jar by Riviera Maison in Bergen 2 weeks ago. It has three parts that can be stacked. The upper part has a lid. Riviera Maison has nice things, but is expensive. Because their things are popular they are copied a lot. They also had nice magazine racks, but I really thought they were too expensive. So when I say these at a diy shop I had to buy them. The are next to my Mac.
The 2011 diary is by Oililly.
Have a nice week!