THE PILGRIMAGE CONTINUES: MY JOURNEY TO BECOMING A COACH

As I wrote something about my newfound journey to becoming a coach on Instagram, I guessed a little post about this joyous continuation of my personal pilgrimage was in order. So here it is! In July 2018, I returned home after wayfaring about 1800 kilometres through Europe. This pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela had a…

MICRO CAMINO: A MIRACULOUS ONE DAY PILGRIMAGE ON THE MÜNCHNER JAKOBSWEG

Pilgrimages don't have to last for weeks or months in order to have a great impact. A single day experience can be of great significance too! This certainly was the case with my one day pilgrimage on the Münchner Jakobsweg. the Munich Way of St. James As you might have noticed on my instagram, I…

SOLO ADVENTURES: 7 MEANINGFUL THINGS HIKING ALONE TAUGHT ME

I've ventured off by myself a few times the past years. Apart from big hikes like the Camino de Santiago and the West Highland Way, I regularly fetch my backpack for a microadventure in the Netherlands. When sharing my enthusiasm for solo adventures with others, I often get lots of questions or confused faces. Isn't…

A WAYFARING GUIDE TO THE WEST HIGHLAND WAY #2 | GET YOURSELF SORTED AND PLAN YOUR HIKE

Last April, I decided to celebrate spring with yet another long distance hike. One that I look back on with a huge smile on my face: the West Highland Way. I’ve been collecting all things preparation in this Wayfaring Guide to the West Highland Way. Meant for all those wanting to embark on this magical journey through…

REMEMBERING THE WAY TO SANTIAGO #5 | BIKING TO REIMS

There I went. Carrying a tremendously heavy backpack, I closed the door behind me and faced the freezing cold on my way to Santiago. On the 1st of March it was already one year ago that I commenced my journey! The past months I've been looking back through a series of stories. In the fourth…