Just a few glimpses of Paris which I visited a week ago. Also a friendly reminder to myself that the time of more summer adventures is coming soon! (Hard to believe when buried under papers in 30°C Berlin) Continue reading “GLIMPSES OF PARIS”
I never really got the Paris hype. La vie en rose & moulin rouge & instaworthy Eiffel tower sunsets… nothing for me. Needless to say, I was pretty disappointed when I visited the city for the first time. I was 16 back then, had a really bad cold and was way too sarcastic to appreciate the Parisian vibes.
Last weekend (aka 3 years later), I gave Paris another shot. It was a very anti-Berlin, short weekend getaway/art marathon/ croissant feast that inspired me on several different levels. Here are some brief, honest impressions!
May is a month of loveee [read as Phoebe from Friends would say it], but after thirty one days brimming with blooming flowers, kissing couples, cute birdies & all kinds of visual candy, you might feel a sudden urge to detox.
What I’m bringing to the table today are three romantic comedies that are completely (
or almost) sugar-free, so you can actually finish watching without weeping over some unrealistic romance + the sticky sugary aftertaste.
Summer 2016, here we go.
In spite of the lovely late autumn vibes here in Berlin, I have been clicking and browsing online like a maniac recently, only to realize it’s that time of the year again: making plans for summer. And even though I promised myself the exact opposite, nothing has really changed:
If Monday hit you hard yesterday, I can relate.
Whereas #fundaysunday remains everybody’s darling, Monday seems to be hated by pretty much everyone. Tough time waking up, commuting, craving bed. Ew.
But I recently discovered the other side of Mondays for myself:
Do you want to go to the seaside? I´m not trying to say that everybody wants to go.. Do you remember this old song by The Kooks? That´s what I was singing in Ds car on Friday night, squeezed between him and his surfboard, constantly sneezing because of my cold, being very excited because we were going north, to the seaside. A week before the start of the Christmas time. Continue reading “”