As you probably know, I am trying to make little changes in my life since I found out that we would need two and a half earths if every human on this planet had the same lifestyle as me. I am still finding this very shocking – and in order to remedy that unpleasant feeling… Continue reading Three rules for sustainable shopping
Last week I took one and a half days off of my new job and went to Cologne to see a „concert“ of a weird American You Tube guy called Marc Rebillet who has literally just become (Internet) famous during the past year. While having been greatly entertained, I also took away some learnings from Marc Rebillet’s art and his personality. Read on for more.
Two and a half earths. Two and a half! If everybody on this planet lived the way I live, we would need two and a half earths! This seemed totally unbelievable to me at first. I spent the past few years mentally patting myself on the back because I was under the impression I was… Continue reading Two and a half earths just for me
It's not even 8pm and it is already dark outside. I am sitting at home on my couch, sipping tea and trying to cure the inevitable cold I get each year when summers turns to autumn and temperatures drop. What better moment to think back to the awesome summer we had this year! If you are already thinking about next year's summer vacation let me give you five reasons for spending your precious leisure time in beautiful Croatia.
You might have noticed that this post's headline is a question – and a very thought provoking one, I would guess. In my impression, we often lose ourselves so much in our daily routine that we forget how important it is to get out of our own comfort zone every once in a while and… Continue reading When was the last time you did something for the first time?
Yes, I admit it: sometimes – during long train rides to Nuremberg all by myself – I tend to do things I am not proud of. A few weeks ago, for example, I watched "Magic Mike XXL" on the way home; a movie about a gang of strippers that features a lot of stupid dialogues… Continue reading Ignorance is bliss or: why stalking never leads to something good
When I tell people that I live in Offenbach they usually respond like this: „Ohhh, really? Why?“ – as if living in Offenbach was a bad fate that has somehow befallen me involuntarily. Let me assure you: I decided to move there five years ago very consciously (and sober) and I even enjoy living in… Continue reading All eyes on Offenbach