A few weeks ago everyone in Austria was asked to wear masks when grocery shopping. And shortly after it became mandatory to wear them when shopping, on public transport and around other people if you are inside. Since most of the masks that shops sell are disposable ones and shouldn't be worn multiple times, I … Continue reading DIY face mask (Corona)
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It's week 6 of the lockdown in Austria and I've not once posted about the corona isolation and situation here because I just really didn't feel like it. Everyone pretends to be so positive about it and to make the most out of it. And I have tried and partly succeeded, but I'd be lying … Continue reading A little Corona rant
Since I recently started talking about my reading journey on here, I wanted to share a little bookmark DIY with you. These bookmarks make super cute Easter presents and can also be used year-round. I think they are super cute! Cute rabbit & mouse bookmarks for spring! All you need is: Piece of paper, 10x10 … Continue reading Cute Spring Bookmark DIY
Hi everyone, I'm back! I took quite a long break on this blog since my life's been pretty crazy. But now I want to start talking about one of my favourite things to do: reading. I recently colour-organized my bookshelf. I've always loved to read and I can't count the many, many books I've read … Continue reading My reading journey
Hi everyone, today I’d like to take you to a city I recently visited with one of my best friends. In early September, we went to Prague in Czechia*. It was a very spontaneous trip since we found really cheap bus tickets at the Flixbus website. We stayed in an Airbnb very close to the … Continue reading Travelling to… Prague, Czechia
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Climate change isn't fake news – it’s happening and it’s our job to make sure to stop it (or at least slow it down significantly). Sometimes it can be hard to live eco-friendlier when you also want to explore the world. For me personally, the bad effects of travelling on the environment have been a … Continue reading Some thoughts on climate change and travelling
Locations: 7 locations around GrazCurrent opening times: vary by location Hey everybody! As you may remember, I recently started a project called coffee shop series where I talk about my favorite coffee shops in Graz. You can read the latest post by clicking here. Today I decided to introduce my favorite coffee shop chain: Barista’s. Before … Continue reading Coffeeshop series: Barista’s Graz
I recently went to a coffee shop to work and overheard two girls’ conversation at the next table. One of them apparently recently took a trip to Spain, and it seemed to me that her main motivation to do so was to improve the looks of her Instagram account. I don’t mean to shame anyone … Continue reading Travel to impress?
Amsterdam is well-known for its beautiful architecture, the canals and its beautiful tulip decorations each spring. I visited Amsterdam last April and fell in love with the city. Sadly, I didn’t have the time to check out the countryside of the Netherlands, but I’d like to tell you more about my three days in the … Continue reading Travelling to… Amsterdam, The Netherlands