My Berlin chapter is finished, which inspired me to do a round-up post – all seasons, all local tips, all personal favorites. Enjoy!Continue reading “How to Do Berlin”
To all the fellow losers, with love.Continue reading “The Weird Job Saga”
A few things that made the endless month of March a bit brighter, lighter, more inspired.Continue reading “Inspiration Found – March”
In the past few weeks, future caught me off-guard. There’s a thin line between excitement and anxiety, and it feels like it turned into a high wire that I’ve been teetering on. But the unknown isn’t the trigger – it’s the lack of context. I wrote about dealing with peer pressure back in June and now, oh well, I’m gonna write about the lack of it.Continue reading “Are You Still Relevant?”
Steering away from the line of oh-so-deep posts, I’d like to explore a topic that’s currently the No. 1 on my mind: creativity. I by no means consider myself some sort of a creative guru; however, I strive to create every day. Does that mean I’m entitled to share my tips on how to fight the lack of creativity? Probably no, but I’ll write it anyway. After all, sharing is caring, nicht wahr?Continue reading “How I Fight Lack of Creativity”
Just listed a couple of the best mistakes I’ve made in my twenties so far, so you have some fresh inspiration for what to try next!
Do they spark joy?
Continue reading “Friends Cleanse”
When I started this blog, I had problems being personal enough. I thought that I couldn’t write because I didn’t know anything about, well, anything. Not that this has changed (lol), but I realized that sometimes, instead of providing the answers, you can just share the questions popping in your head. So, this post is about one of the most personal topics for me -homecomings. And about all the things I still don’t know about home.
“What would you like to read about on a millennial blog?” I asked my parents at lunch. “What is a millennial blog?” My dad asked. “Well, that would be the blog of mine,” I replied. “Write about how to find balance with food,” he finally said. “Write about how to find balance with work,” advised mum. “Thanks guys,” I said and left our brainstorming session – only to find myself at the desk 30 minutes later, writing a text on finding balance.
In late November I left New York and went on my first solo trip ever. Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia. Honestly, I wasn’t too worried about traveling on my own. But I would have felt much more prepared had I known…