Camille Van Puymbroeck.

Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

11 May 2023

Karen Shu, one of Beyoncé’s favourite chefs, opens her restaurant in Antwerp

When you’re good at cooking, that’s already quite the achievement and you’ve probably earned compliments of friends and family over the years. When you manage to […]
9 May 2023

Why Japanese workers are taking naps at the office

Being sleepy at work, we all know how it feels. You’re less productive, you feel cranky and at the same time you’re afraid you’ll either start […]
9 May 2023

Eating fries could increase risk of depression, study claims

When a stranger is thinking of Belgium, fries immediately come to mind. Just like chocolates and beer, they’re the most well-known part of Belgian cuisine on […]
9 May 2023

What is the history behind the ‘Dopper’?

If you’ve been in the market for a handy, reusable water bottle in the past, you’ve probably heard about Dopper at least once. Their iconic design […]
5 May 2023

Kenzo’s minimalist Parisian villa is up for sale

There’s a lot we could and should say about Paris but one thing’s for sure, it’s not what you would call a haven of peace. There’s […]
4 May 2023

Venice has just welcomed a brand-new photography museum

Venice is one of those destinations that keeps surprising you. Even if you’ve been to the city of doges many times before, you’ll keep on stumbling […]
2 May 2023

What is soft hiking?

When it comes to workouts, I’m going to be very honest with you: I’m not what you call a Sporty Spice. The chance that you’ll meet […]
28 April 2023

This Dutch restaurant asks guests to kill their own meat

When we go to a restaurant, most of us do so for multiple reasons. One, it’s pretty convenient. You don’t have to cook nor do the […]
27 April 2023

Marseille’s Museum of Contemporary Art reopens after 4 years of works

Four years may seem like a long time but when you’re renovating a museum, everything is relative. Even though initially the plan was to only adapt the […]
27 April 2023

What about feminism in surrealism?

When it comes to art history, generally speaking, women tend to be quite underrepresented. Creating the illusion that in fact, there were no feminine artists around […]
27 April 2023

Bali is considering a tourist tax to limit bad behaviour

For decades now, Bali has been able to attract tourists as not many other regions in the world have done before. Its impressive nature, pleasant climate […]
25 April 2023

What is World Naked Gardening Day?

The spring has begun, plants have started to grow and gardeners all over the world have once again begun their battle against those wicked weeds. There’s […]
21 April 2023

5 places to go and pick your own flowers in Belgium

Whether you’re living in the city or in the countryside, you can’t have missed the beginning of spring. Everywhere you look, there’s at least one little […]
20 April 2023

Martinique added to the list of Blue Zones

Yesterday, we told you everything there is to know about Blue Zones. In short, people in certain regions of the world are prone to reach the […]
20 April 2023

Christian Louboutin opens a luxury hotel in Portugal

Interior design and fashion both belong without a doubt to the most aesthetically pleasing fields of interest in the world. Whether you’re designing a magnificent gown […]
19 April 2023

What will travel look like in 2070?

It’s no secret that humans have been obsessed with the future for a very long time. Since forever, we’be been trying to predict what will happen […]