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.
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.
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
Have you ever been to a place that seemed so ridiculously beautiful that you had to pinch yourself to make sure you were not dreaming? I have. And sometimes, when I sit at home on my sofa, back in everyday life, I have a hard time realizing that those vacation pictures (check them out below)… Continue reading Ridiculously beautiful: The Andaman on Langkawi
Some things are really hard to justify: A third piece of chocolate cake on a single afternoon, staying in bed after having slept twelve hours already, skipping the gym in order to binge-watch the third season of "Love" on Netflix – and spending six hundred Euros on two nights in a hotel in a city… Continue reading The one time I was unreasonable or: Two nights at the Marina Bay Sands
Traveling large distances always seems very magical to me. You step on a plane, wait for a couple of hours and end up someplace totally different – for example in Singapore, if you're lucky. Singapore is way more than just a stop-over city. During my 3-week vacation in March I have spent seven days and… Continue reading Hot stuff in Singapore
Every year around christmas there comes a day when I sit at home on my sofa, wrapped up in a blanket with a Marshmallow-hot-chocolate in my hand, and reflect on the past year. What my mind does in those moments is essentially something we do at work every second week: a retrospective. At work we… Continue reading 2017: A retrospective