Saturday, 2 February 2013

Baseball's the answer

Even though life keeps throwing you curve balls, doesn't mean that you can't make a home run. It takes hard work, dedication and a lot of practice. But you can still win the game.

Sunday, 27 January 2013

One day.

What goes around comes around. Well so everybody say.. I wonder if it works the other way around as well. Because sometimes I wonder what some people possibly could have done to deserve what they get. Is that because they might do a lot stupid things in the future? That one day they will have deserved it, all of it.

Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Christmas or not Christmas.. That's the question

It was the night before Christmas... BAZINGA!! Because it's really not. Christmas is almost over but it was all so very amazing. Thank you all for everything and I hope you had an amazing Christmas as well :).
Lots of  love.

Sunday, 9 December 2012

The Village hotel, where a good man sleeps and a bad man lies.

Overcharged, wrongly treated and managers behaving badly is just the beginning of what The Village hotel in Solihull, UK, can offer.
This scandalous hotel is just getting worse where accusations are pouring out left, right and center and the gift of dishonesty is wrapped harder than a Christmas present. When I think of a hotel I think of comfort, rest and perfection. Whereas The Village with its purple box look serves lies, overcharges, hours of wait, discomfort and humiliation. The lies are so build up that you can’t even trust your closest ones. A manager described his hotel as “definitely not quality” and I couldn't agree more. It’s all about trash-talking instead of problem-fixing and back-stabbing instead of customer-service. The managers are so afraid that their flaws will come out so they accuse everyone, their own and their customers. 
The head managers are constantly firing their staff and suspend them, wrongly accused and wrongly treated. They shout, swear, act snappy and unprofessional towards everyone. Staff and customers. In only a couple of weeks time more and more have decided to leave this deathtrap and respect themselves. Because respect is nothing you can earn nor gain at this so called hotel. 
But with a general manager impersonal as a rock, a deputy manager incapable of following procedures, a bar manager that’s selfish as an Indian cow, a restaurant manager that hates all your children and chefs constantly overcooking your steak, there’s really no wonder why The Village has turn into such a disaster. 
But after all this time I wonder, why are they so adamant of accusing everyone else? they just must have a hidden treasure. So I say, let’s dig a little deeper and find the bones in their closet. I bet it’s not gonna take long, they’re really not that clever people.

Friday, 30 November 2012

The last day to fall

Tomorrow's first of December. We already got the Christmas tree and some decorations up. I love making the house ready for Christmas! It's frost in the morning and cold at night. Winter is really coming along now. So wherever you are and whatever you do, pick yourself up and prepare yourself for the most magical time of all!

Saturday, 20 October 2012

Don't let it take over

There are to many things we do in life because of our feelings and emotions. We act suspicious, afraid, hopeless, paranoid, crazy, stupid, lonely, angry etc. And it's all good in small portions. But what's so important is to give it a rest and leave it alone. I know that it's hard to act like yourself in a world where everything's changing around you. But the only feeling you really have to keep with you at all times is your gut felling. And it can be wrong, but most of the time it's not. And even if you can't see it straight away, or you're afraid, it might just still be right. And even if it wasn't, at least you did the right thing - being yourself. And you didn't let it take over.

Friday, 19 October 2012

Here I go again, on my own

Don't you just love to feel important! It's a seriously beautiful feeling. And I think that everybody would feel a whole lot better if they once in a while felt like everything is working out just because of them. Because of you and you alone! (It doesn't matter if it's true or not.)
What I was thinking about is how important that feeling actually is. And the next time you have it, don't just let it fly away when you've done your (and maybe everybody else's) part, hold on to it. Treasure it. But most of all, remember it. Because one day, very presently or further away, it'll be gone. And when that feeling is gone it's so hard to remember how important you actually are. Because you are. You are.