Welcome to my blog!

My name is Julie Crombé. I’m a 23-year-old Belgian student from Ghent.

Madrid 214I can describe myself as a blogger, a traveler, a creative kid and someone who likes to try new things and who likes to live new experiences.

I love to discover new places. That’s why I went to live in Honduras for a year when I was 18 years old, that’s also why I decided to study a trimester in the Liège (the French part of Belgium) and that’s also the reason why I did my internship in Salamanca (Spain). I like experiencing new things, you know. I love to be with inspiring people from all over the world, and I like to know their story.

At the moment I’m living in Redondo Beach, California. I’m taking classes that can help me with the job I want to have when I’m going back to Belgium. Last semester I mainly took digital art classes as I find it important to be able to work with the Adobe programs. It can help you give a creative touch to the work you complete on a daily basis. This semester I’m taking classes to become a personal trainer. I believe that a healthy body helps you lead a better and more energetic life and I just want to know how to help others and myself to be a healthier version of what I am today.

I hope that I can inspire some people by writing on this blog and by sharing the pictures I take.

Please give me some feedback if you can! It would mean a lot to me!




84 thoughts on “Julie

  1. FeetfromShore says:

    Hi Julie!

    So glad I found your blog, we have a lot of things in common. I recently graduated from college and I’m working in LA now. Just moved from Spain (Barcelona) a few months ago and I’m growing so much both professionally and personally here. Being an expat really makes you see the world from a different perspective. I’ve never been to Salamanca btw… how do you like the city? Have you visited more cities in Spain?

    Best of luck in your journey, stay determinant and you’ll accomplish big things in life. Looking forward to reading more from you.


    • juliecrombe says:

      So glad I found yours too! Love your pictures and it indeed seems like we are kind of the same in a lot of things! Salamanca is beautiful! I was doing my internship there and absolutely loved the city and the people I met on the way! I also visited Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Marbella, Granada, Bejar, Zamora and a couple of other small cities! Spain was lovely! Thank you so much for taking the time to read my blog! I followed your blog and I’m so excited to read about your adventures! xo

  2. arita77 says:

    I’ve visited your blog several times, but, can’t recall if I posted to let you know I think it is indeed a “Pretty Little Treasure”! I’ve yet to do a lot of travelling & love seeing photos of far off places & seeing things from another’s perspective. Keep it up! =)

  3. JustDeb says:

    Thanks for the visit, will follow. Enjoy California! I lived there for over 20 years, just moved back to N.E. Wisconsin in 2011 and am now enjoying the winters again.

  4. Shalin says:

    I have one more friend of mine who has this Adele theme. Its looks really well. Oh and you are lucky I must say, you have already started travelling around and that too some of the exotic locations. (Damn awesome!)

    Any how read some of your blogs, loved them!

    Wohh you have got some serious number of followers. Looking forward to your travel stories. Good photograph btw. 🙂

  5. Uncle Spike says:

    So Julie, you decided to join the small clan of Uncle Spike followers, sometimes known as The Spikey’s…. That makes me a happy blogger now – I really appreciate you making that special mouse click. Funny though, I thought you were already a follower 🙂
    Hope you like my upcoming posts and if you get bored one day, maybe you’ll enjoy trawling through some of my older stuff too.
    If you have any likes, dislikes or suggestions about my blog, just let me know, either through ‘comments’ or via email. Always welcome reader input 🙂
    Have a great old day…

  6. Lady Pinkrose says:

    Julie, just do what you LOVE and you will find treasures galore!! I encourage you to keep doing what YOU want, and NOT allow anyone to tell you anything different!!!

    BIG (((HUGS))),

  7. Nodoka Visual Arts says:

    Hello Julie,

    Saw your comment on my Waterscapes Portfolio and thought I’d stop by and visit to personally thank you for the compliment. Thanks for dropping by.

    Nice blog you’ve got here. I particularly like the “Girls in Tutus” post since I was overjoyed when Seahawks gave the Broncos what they had been deserving for quite some time.

    You’ve got some nice photos. It’s been a long time since I’ve visited Redondo Beach, but it’s definitely one of the places I want to visit again–along w/many others in California…lol. I’ll be checking in on you every so often. Until then, see you soon.


      • Nodoka Visual Arts says:

        Chargers are my main team and Seahawks are second. Went up to Seattle last July and I want to go back.

        My wife and I have been making plans to go up north. Not sure of the exact day yet, but I’ll keep ya posted. If you come down south, feel free to drop me a line. You’d love the Oceanside Pier. My Twitter background image showcases it.

  8. Alissa Kirkwood says:

    I’m so glad you stopped by my blog because now that I’ve visited yours, I love it! 😀 You’ve got a new follower

  9. grettacoates says:

    Hi Julie, I enjoyed looking around your site. I too, like to travel and explore new countries. And of course, what better way to explore than with a camera?! Best wishes as you begin studying photography!

  10. Tinus70 says:

    Hi Julie, thank you for visiting and following my blog and also for your beautiful comments 🙂 But I actually see greater pictures here, congratulations!
    All the best and take care, ciao!

  11. Geet says:

    Hey Julie! Well, I must say I’m glad you dropped by my blog – it has been amazing going through your photographs 🙂 keep clicking !

    Stay connected !

    Geet ( India )

  12. eeftjeeva says:

    Hi Julie, I just followed you! You know I’m new to this, so I hope I did it right. Your blog is absolutely amazing and I love your pictures. I will be needing your help when I’m updating mine. Big kisses, – e

  13. Amanda ♥ Unique So Chic says:

    Julie I want to thank you for finding my blog. It’s always lovely to meet someone new, and I look forward to following your adventures in future. So cool that you’re studying photography, I would love to do that! 😀

  14. cerikson says:

    I’ve read several of your posts before, but I think that I may have always read them on my phone. This is the first time that I can remember visiting your blog on a desktop. I am very impressed with the them and design. It looks fantastic! Well done!

  15. bluebrightly says:

    Hey Julie, thank you for the follow – I appreciate it! Your English is excellent – how wonderful that you’re having these adventures – Spain, California, Honduras! Keep it up!

    • juliecrombe says:

      Thank you so much for checking out my blog! What’s your name? Couldn’t find it on your blog! I’m so envious of you that you live near Seattle! I love that area! Someday I wanna live there! xo

  16. yonderlist says:

    Hi Julie! Thanks for following Yonderlist. I wanted to let you know that you can now login and instantly rate places you’ve been– no more delay! We also post your URL and provide ways for you to get more exposure for your blog. Just create an account and start reviewing! http://www.yonderlist.com/

  17. snowgood says:

    Love the underwater swimming shot elsewhere on your blog. I work for a Belgian company, have been to Ghent a few times (it’s so cold there in winter). Not sure I’d like California, but travel broadens the mind, maybe I’d be surprised.

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