Decluttering Your Space and Mind

I love decluttering. By decluttering I mean tidying up, sorting out my things, getting rid of some unnecessary stuff and ultimately clean what’s left and gets some fresh air in. It’s just so relieving and satisfying! Today, there are countless studies and opinions stating that the mess you surround yourself with is effectively a reflection … Continue reading Decluttering Your Space and Mind

How to Choose Reasonable New Year’s Resolutions

Happy New Year guys! I hope you all arrived safely, happy and with a positive attitude in 2018. And as every year, the beginning of a new year fills us with newly won optimism and the urge to finally get down to all the things we want to achieve. So, there are three words gaining … Continue reading How to Choose Reasonable New Year’s Resolutions

How Reading can Transform Your Life – Believe it or not

Have you ever read a book that changed your life? I’m sure you have. Because I’m not only talking about drastic changes, but also about small ones – small adjustments of how we see the world around us or how it makes us feel. And this has certainly happened to everyone who ever dived into … Continue reading How Reading can Transform Your Life – Believe it or not

Quote Series: Guilty of Guilt

“Guilt doesn’t serve anybody“ (Jennifer Rudolph Walsh on #girlbossradio) You know that feeling of being taken aback when you hear somebody say something so simple yet super-smart? This happened to me this morning on my commute into the city while listening to the #girlbossradio podcast with Jennifer Rudolph Walsh. The few words she dedicated to … Continue reading Quote Series: Guilty of Guilt

Failure

We are all far too afraid to fail. We are very hesitant to brave the world and give exciting but challenging ideas a shot – that is because we’re afraid what might happen if we failed. But saying that out loud (figuratively speaking), it becomes obvious how restricting this way of thinking is: If we … Continue reading Failure