“Brazilians work a lot harder than Europeans”

Interview with a Brazilian Which country do you consider to be your country? I would still consider Brazil to be my country as I lived pretty much 95% of my life there. I grew up there and the way I act, the things I eat, the way I think is very related to Brazil still. … Continue reading “Brazilians work a lot harder than Europeans”

Sweet Potato Curry with Rice and Naan-Bread

Ingredients (For 2 hungry people) Curry 2 Cups of chickpeas One cup of brown lentils 1 Sweet potato ½ Butternut squash ½ Onion 2 Carrots Curry powder Curcuma Pepper Salt 2 cups of rice Naan Bread 3 cups of flour 1 cup of water Oregano Pepper Salt Garlic powder   How to? Curry is one … Continue reading Sweet Potato Curry with Rice and Naan-Bread

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

Smoothie Bowl Breakfast

2 full bowls for 2 hungry people Ingredients Half pineapple One apple 2 frozen bananas 2 Tablespoons of oats 2 Tablespoons of chia seeds Agave syrup 250 ml soy milk Frozen berries (2 hands full) Grapes Granola: Oats, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, raisins, flex seed, hazelnuts   How to? Summer came and it’s time for … Continue reading Smoothie Bowl Breakfast

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?

Chocolate Chia Pudding

Ingredients (2 people) 150 g Chia seeds Cocoa powder Soy milk Agave syrup Cinnamon Toppings Bananas Nuts Dates   How to? This chocolate chia pudding is perfect as an overnight, make-ahead breakfast. Ideal to grab and take out in the morning if you’re in a hurry but want something quick and tasty to eat as … Continue reading Chocolate Chia Pudding

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

Cashew – French Toast with Cinnamon Sauce

Ingredients (2 People) 6 slices of toast (vegan) 200g cashew nuts Cinnamon Agave syrup Soy milk Vegan margarine for the pan Bananas, Grapes, Raisins Soy yoghurt How to? French Toast Soak the cashews over night in a bowl of water. Take them out of the water in the morning and blend them with approximately one … Continue reading Cashew – French Toast with Cinnamon Sauce