Why letting go of control sets you free

The other side of your comfort zone “Stepping out of your comfort zone” is a topic that has been discussed a lot on the internet recently. Everywhere you see tips on how to step out of it, people share their stories and give advice. Often their tips include: – doing something you’re afraid of – […]

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17 lessons I learned in 2017

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2017 was an amazing year. I’m not a huge fan of comparisons so I don’t wanna say it was the best year – but it’s definitely very close. I traveled more than ever, had an amazing time in Cologne, moved to Munich for three months, developed amazing friendships, met new people and learned so much. Despite […]

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Cologne vs. Munich – the struggle when you love two cities

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Cologne is definitely one of my favorite cities and I just feel home when I’m there. Munich however also a special place in my heart and I know that I will come back at times. I’m often torn back and forth between those two cities because each of them has its advantages. Now, when I’m […]

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Distance doesn’t matter

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Distance doesn’t’ matter. As long as there is a connection it’s completely irrelevant how far you’re away. This can be transferred to different areas of your life. Right now I’m doing an internship in Munich which means I’m 650km away from home which is basically only a short hop compared to the rest of the […]

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Trust in divine timing

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I really believe in signs, I really do. Especially in the last few weeks or months, my belief in those signs of the universe has been strengthened. A few days ago, it was one of those times. Again. Months ago, I started reading “Return to the Why Café“ by John Strelecky (a review will be […]

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What I learned in the last few weeks

The last months were months of learning. In April (and half of May) it was all about learning for my upcoming exams and the rest of the time was learning for life. We all know the that we are learning every day something new and we never stop learning but especially in the last couple of […]

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Food Diary: Rome

What kind of food are thinking of when you hear Italy? Of course, Pizza. But gelato, spaghetti, whine and espresso are also an must-eat when you are in “Eataly”. In this post I want so show you some food highlights of my short Rome trip.

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Veggie World Düsseldorf

  Is a vegan nutrition unhealthy because it’s a unbalanced diet and are meat alternatives tasting good? Is a vegan diet appropriate for children and does every vegan suffer from proten deficiency? These questions and many more were answered at the fair “Veggie World”.

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Social Media Detox

 We spend a lot of time gazing at our cell phones. Often, hours elapse without noticing it. We like pictures, look at the latest trends or follow the everyday life of celebrities to see what happens in their life. Our own life becomes secondary. Without any specific reason we scroll down the endless instagram timeline

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