Camisa (t-shirt), shorts (bermuda), sandals (sandálias/havaianas)

This is one of my favorites shirts to work in from home. I like the color, feel comfortable in it and I also like the fabric. I’m wearing it with my shorts and sandals because I will be home for the next few days, so you will probably find me wearing something like this.

Even working from home I want to feel good in the clothes I am in. The color combination pleases me and I think it is not “offensive” if I need to do an urgent video call.

The city I live in is in the rainy season. Although, it is still warm, but not as the rest of the year. So, these clothes feel suitable for the weather, since it is not hot and not entirely “summer style”.


Belgian Breakfast

– Havermout (oatmeal)
– Gemixt fruit (mixed fruit)
– Koffie (coffee)

I actually should have eaten bread for this breakfast with you, I believe that’s more representative of a Belgian breakfast. If you think about it, Belgians really have a bread culture. I remember in the 80’s when my parents hung a bag in front of the house, near the mailbox. The baker would then drive past all the houses in the neighborhood and place either white bread (wit brood) or grey bread (grijs brood) in the bag, depending on if you wrote “white” or “grey” on the bag.

But that’s how it was back then I suppose, food was much more simple. Even before that time, I remember my grandparents usually ate a simple breakfast: bread with eggs. Actually, they usually also ate some meat with it. In that sense they were lucky because it wasn’t common to get meat on your plate back then. But there was a small forest next to my grandparents house, so everyday my grandfather placed traps to catch bunnies which they could then eat.


– Pullover (brand: Salsa)
– Jeans (brand: Salsa)
– Botten/Boots (brand: Bullboxer)

When I’m working from home, I dress mostly the same as when working from the office, except for special events. I usually wear jeans, a t-shirt (not visible here) and a pullover on top, with shoes or boots. At home I often do not wear shoes (rather socks or slippers), but now I just came from the supermarket over lunch, and didn’t take the time to take off my shoes. The jeans and pullover are some of my favorites that I regularly wear, and I picked them without thinking too much about it. The jeans has some holes in it though, so I will probably not wear it that long anymore.

The pullover I was wearing because it’s still chilly outside, and the temperature in the room wasn’t too warm (yet). When it’s warmer (inside or outside) I take it off so I sit in a t-shirt. The boots I also mainly wear in autumn / winter / early spring, when it gets warmer I usually wear low-top shoes. Jeans I wear pretty much all year round.

I want my clothes to look good, but also don’t spend too much time thinking about it when I choose what to wear. So I usually stick to my favourite brand, which is Salsa, as I think they look really nice and are easy to combine with other clothes.



– Cơm (Rice)
– Cánh gà nướng (Grilled chicken wings)
– Rau (Vegetables)


lunch (Delivery):

– Kyat Thar Hin (Chicken curry)
– Tha yat Thee Thoat (Mango salad)
– Nga Yok thee Chat (Chili curry)