London and Bruss’hell

Oh my, last week was awful, maybe I should have stayed in London 😉
I almost forgot to show you where I spent the whole weekend last week, so here we go:

First Whole Foods experience – I will never get over it. Why isn’t there one in Brussels?

First Whole Foods loot – it was not the last my friends
One thing was already eaten when the picture was taken, can you spot it?


See that place with the purple logo? That was the yoga studio (www.triyoga.co.uk). Lovely!

And that little tea salon is where I sipped a nice cup of green Earl Grey tea, in front of the studio, on the very first day. Nice way to start the weekend!

It was hard to come back to Brussels, I’ve just felt out of place since. The Baron Baptiste weekend left me tired not only physically but also emotionally, I felt drained. And last week at work was horrible. I won’t go into details but I’m getting more and more frustrated in my job, I’m not the only one here so in a way it kind of makes things more bearable. In a way…
The thing is, I know what I want to do but it will take some time and additional training to do it. Or maybe I should start acting and stop planning? Maybe 😉

In one month I will already be in exam period, and I have some homework to do before that, it’s a bit overwhelming but I will get things done. And I will pass with flying colours, because I said it 😀
I hope to be blogging more often but I have a lot of work to do, so I’ll do my best!

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7 responses to “London and Bruss’hell

  1. There is nothing more miserable than a job you hate. It just drains you and then you have no energy or happiness to apply to other things in your life. So, find what makes you happy and do that! I’ll be sending you positive energy in the meantime!

  2. Thanks so much Babs, your kindness and generosity truly are gifts, and I am so grateful for your support!

  3. Rachel @ Suburban Yogini

    So glad you enjoyed Baron! I have to say I think we all experience this frustration with a “normal” job once you get a certain way down the yoga path. You will know when the time is right to move on.

    And oh Whole Foods! Such an awesome place!!

  4. i enjoyed seeing what you bought at whole foods (talking about food!). most of the stuff isnt sold at whole foods in the states.. i thought that was interesting 🙂

  5. @Rachel: yeah, maybe I’ll ask Whole Foods if I can open a franchise in Brussels 😉
    @Emma: I like food, food tastes good. Most of the stuff I bought is actually produced in the UK, 2 thumbs up for selling local products!

  6. Hi. What a beautiful blog. I can relate to some of your job comments above. I am in a hard spot in life also.
    I am not a yogini or a vegetarian. But I like your blog. Very nice and I feel in some ways relatable maybe.

  7. @theemptynutjar: thank you! I hope you find the way out of that hard spot, we are where we are meant to be at this very moment, everything will fall into place somehow, hang in there!

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