5 grounding techniques

during this corona pandemic and the times of social distancing, it is absolutely normal to feel unsafe and like the ground has been ripped out from under you…. our creative minds need to stay focused and grounded and to not jump into the pool of fear and despair but rather keep track of our own truth, goals and new … Continue reading 5 grounding techniques

why i only eat plants

i used to consider my self a “vegan supporter”. whenever someone was vegan i cheered them on and followed that with” i could never…. “i love a good steak / sushi / weißwurscht”…. or “i have too many dietary food restrictions, not eating animal products would make it too difficult / impossible!”…. or “i only … Continue reading why i only eat plants

10 things i learned form Karl

Whitney passing was sad, Bowey passing was sad…. and Michael passing was horrible… and now Karl Lagerfeld……! having studied fashion design, being german (his mom was actually from the tiny tiny town sigmaringen, where i went to college), and my love for quotes (he is the king of outrageous quotes!), his death hit me pretty … Continue reading 10 things i learned form Karl

make a wish

for a while i did not have any wishes. you know… like when you find an eyelash, blow out your birthday candles, or touch a rainbow.  as a kid i knew exactly what i wanted: “please can i have a cat?!” and as a teen: “please can my boobs grow!?” were my default wishes. since … Continue reading make a wish

city minimalist

maybe you already read my post “benefits of having less stuff”… but probably not. anyway, i felt like re-sharing some of that post. when i wrote it i was in different chapter of my adventurous life. now i am living in new york again… i am paying rent for an adorable studio in downtown manhattan … Continue reading city minimalist