Om het weekend te eindigen ook nog maar even Hamlet door het RO theater meegenomen.
Wat heb ik ontzettend moeten lachen en genoten van de NL teksten op grote nummers van Queen. Petje af voor Alex Klaassen die de liedteksten verzorgde. Dat moet echt een enorme uitdaging zijn geweest om dat passend en metend te krijgen.
Vooral de eindscene op het kerkhof ( geen spoiler alert want dat zit al in voorstelling zelf… 😉 is fantastisch.
Kan niet wachten tot de RO versie van Repelsteeltje in dec 2019. #present #rotheater #Queen #SomebodyToLove
…heel benieuwd. Lang geleden alweer dat ik Frank zag optreden. Vanavond aftrap van zijn nieuwe tournee langs theaters in NL.
My Year in Sport at Strava website
My goal of 10K cycling km’s not quite met, but still everything combined I can only look back on a very successful year on my bike.
Onwards to new adventures in 2019.
…so glad I bought tickets tot his show in Doornroosje. Can’t wait to hear some of his other songs live.
…a beautiful box house a day keeps the doctor away…
© Pedro Kok Architects: FCstudio Location: São Paulo, Brazil Author: Flávio Castro Team: Flávio Castro, Flávia Marques Area: 240.0 m2 Project Year: 2017 Photographs: Pedro Kok Collaborators: Rossin + Tramontina, Useaço, Estudio Bola © Pedro Kok Text description provided by the architects.
Source: Box House / Flavio Castro
…a beautiful little remodeled cottage in the woods a day…
And again a Dutch building. That has been a while since I saw a Dutch entry on the ArchDaily pages. (I haven’t been looking lately, I guess)
Look at the project itself and how the architect remodeled the original building which was in really bad shape. It is an excellent metaphor for the practice of ‘framing’.
© Thomas Mayer Architects: Eek en Dekkers Location: Epse, The Netherlands Lead Architect: Iggie Dekkers Project Year: 2018 Photographs: Thomas Mayer Contractor: Hanzebouw BV Constructor: JV2 bouwadvies BV © Thomas Mayer Text description provided by the architects.
Source: Woodland Cottage Epse / Eek en Dekkers
Every morning I try to get up as early as possible according to my well registered sleep rhythm. I do this by clicking on the button in my app that says ‘7 hours sleep’.
The app will wake me then anywhere between 6 and 6.20 depending on the time I go to bed. (Which is by the way also logged at 23.47, since that is mostly the time I fall asleep according to the app)
By using this technology I am able to be more productive in the morning since this supports me in building habits over time. I want to get things done. To do this I need some quality time, therefor I have to get up earlier. And when I am awake after a good night’s rest I feel more energized to start the different parts of my morning routine.
The routine includes (most when possible, but not all everytime); rise early, drinking water, doing core exercises, reading feeds, reading a book for fun, writing a blog post, reading study material or working on developing workshops.
This morning I ticked 5 of the 8 boxes. It is a good day…
What do you do for your morning routine?