Am I having a Quarter Life Crisis?

I know, this title sounds a bit dramatic. But after thinking closely what I´ve been experiencing the last few months/year I guess that's what describes it best. For me, a quarter life crisis means you´re lost, to some extend, you don´t know what to do and how to go on especially after finishing school. What … Continue reading Am I having a Quarter Life Crisis?

Why reading is so important

When I was little, I loved to read. 3-year-old me would even sit in our living room with a book in her hands “reading” out loud while turning the pages. Well, I couldn´t read yet, but I already pretended to do so as I knew all my favorite stories by heart and knew exactly where … Continue reading Why reading is so important

The Art of Meditation

Meditation. In last week’s post I talked about how practicing Yoga is changing my life right now (read more about Yoga here) – now I will dig even deeper. Meditation. But what exactly is mediation? Or rather, what is it not? No idea about mediation? For the longest time, I had no idea what the … Continue reading The Art of Meditation

How Yoga is changing my life

Yoga. A practice I didn’t know much about and therefore would consider boring not so long ago. A practice I will now go to India for. To become a certified yoga teacher and to learn more about the philosophy behind it. More than just stretching Until recently, I taught about yoga more as the mere … Continue reading How Yoga is changing my life

Vegan for 3 years – review

I’ve been a vegan for 3 years now. Wow. It struck me myself as well as time had passed so quickly. It was a good time after a right decision. A time I did a lot of reduce my impact on this earth to a minimum. A time that felt great – but was not … Continue reading Vegan for 3 years – review

The benefits of water fasting

Or: Why I ate nothing for 6 days Recently, I decided it was about time to give my body a break. Unhealthy eating, too much food had consumed it too much, it was about time to let it recover for a bit. That’s why I decided to try out water fasting for 6 days. So, … Continue reading The benefits of water fasting

Too little diversity in our education system

If only schools could teach us what other cultures can. We would probably live in a much more peaceful world. If schools would teach us the respect you gain once you become friends with people from all over the world, we would live in such a nice community. Where everyone has a different background, where … Continue reading Too little diversity in our education system

Being your true self

Do you find it hard to be yourself sometimes? I certainly did in the past. I guess we all know situations where we had to put up a mask in order to fit in. Where we had to hide behind a made-up image and weren’t able to express ourselves. Too big was the risk of … Continue reading Being your true self

My mind – my greatest enemy?

Did you ever think about that every negative thought, every “unfair” thing that ever happened to you might just be a matter of interpretation? It’s the way we interpret a situation that determines how we will feel about it. We do have two options here: getting upset because life is just unfair or trying to … Continue reading My mind – my greatest enemy?

Back into the heart of a child

Do you sometimes wish to be a child again? To go back to this time without worries, without sorrows? That time you didn’t know a lot about the world and the tiniest things made you happy and brought you the greatest amount of joy? I can already see you sitting there with great memories of … Continue reading Back into the heart of a child