CHIT-CHAT #2 – Podcasts

I first got into podcasts when I was traveling in South-East-Asia a coupe of years ago. I was traveling solo so I had a lot of time to browse my way around. Back then I was head over heals in love with “Stuff You Missed in History Class” & “Stuff You Should Know”. It was such an easy entertaining way to learn new things.

Last week I started (and finished) listening to “At Home With…” by Lily Pebbles and Anna Newton. I love those two anyways, their YouTube channels and blogs are right up my street and both of them seem like such lovely, normal girls. Continue reading “CHIT-CHAT #2 – Podcasts”

CHIT-CHAT #1 – The New Year

It is 2018, whoop whoop! I actually enjoy the start of a new year! This year especially is promising to be a good one. I have set myself all the resolutions and am super motivated to stick to at least some of them. One of my resolutions is, to write more blogposts and actually upload them, this is why I am starting this new series. This year I will regularly upload a so called “Chit-Chat” where I don’t feel pressured too much about what I write and just go with what comes to mind. Continue reading “CHIT-CHAT #1 – The New Year”

Vietnam – Halong Bay and Hanoi

I was sooo excited to go to Vietnam, I had heard so many awesome things about it and after two weeks of chilling in Bali I was ready for new adventures.

Even though it was a little bit annoying, to be ripped off by the taxi driver right after arriving in Hanoi, I was happy to be there. And hey, it was somehow my own fault not to have checked in advance  how the currency works and how much I should expect to pay. Continue reading “Vietnam – Halong Bay and Hanoi”

I am back

Hey there, I am back. – It has been a while, how have you been?

I am now living in Hamburg, I work as an Idea Manager and also study Journalism.

To ease myself back into blogging I will publish some of my uncountable draft posts, that I started when I was travelling or when I lived in London, and never finished. I will finish them now and finally share them. Also I will start to write new posts now, so keep posted!


Bali – Canggu, Uluwatu and Kuta


If you want to learn surfing in Bali, I think this is the place to be. It is not too busy, one of the cheaper places and it is just really nice. I ended up not surfing here, but I did the other thing that Bali is famous for which is Yoga. I was just in a state of mind at the time that anything with too much action didn’t quite feel right, so I spent my days sleeping in, hanging out on the beach, reading and doing  yoga. It was amazing. Continue reading “Bali – Canggu, Uluwatu and Kuta”

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