How Social Media Invades Our Universe

We are glued to our screens. 24/7. All of us. I know hardly anybody (the elderly excluded) who isn’t. Do you think that’s healthy? How can it even be? Over the past few days, I’ve come across quite a few blogposts, articles and quotes about people reviewing their relationship with social media and reality. It’s … Continue reading How Social Media Invades Our Universe

Quote Series: If Nothing Changes

“Nothing changes, if nothing changes“  (by somebody smart) The meaning of this sentence seems obvious – but do you really understand it? I’ve only just come across this one today and honestly, I first thought that was an unnecessary and pseudo-intellectual space filler in my Instagram feed. But for some reason it got stuck in … Continue reading Quote Series: If Nothing Changes

From Self-Acceptance to Self-Love

There are so many self-love guides out there that I decided this post will NOT be yet another one. Instead I would like to highlight the transformation from self-acceptance to self-love. Because in my opinion, self-love isn’t a state but a process. And you can’t ask somebody with insecurities to “just love yourself” and "be … Continue reading From Self-Acceptance to Self-Love

Headspace – How to Turn Your Brain into a Cotton Ball

Meditation is not the same as being mindful. Did you know that? I’ve only just realised this lately. But both words have been hyped so much over the past few months, that people have started using them as synonyms – even though the difference is essential! So, what is it? And how can it bring … Continue reading Headspace – How to Turn Your Brain into a Cotton Ball

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

Perfection

Let’s put one thing straight first: Perfection does not exist. So, stop chasing it! We’re wasting so much time and energy on trying to be perfect – in terms of our appearance, our actions, who we talk to, what we like on social media, who we befriend, our priorities in life really. And why all … Continue reading Perfection

Quote Series: People Around You

“You can’t change the people around you, but you can change the people around you” (TheMinimalists) I’m totally in love with this quote – it doesn’t make any sense at first, but when reading it for the second time it gets such a deep meaning! And it’s true, isn’t it? So simple, yet so true. … Continue reading Quote Series: People Around You

How to Make the Most of Inspiration

So, this is the How to follow-up on my last post about Inspiration vs. Obsession, where I have mostly talked about the main idea behind drawing this healthy line between the two in order to benefit the most from the inspiration we feed ourselves with on a daily base. So, how do we do that? … Continue reading How to Make the Most of Inspiration

Inspiration vs. Obsession

Nowadays we follow so many inspirational people on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or social media in general that you would expect we’re very inspired and therefore improving a lot personally. But unfortunately, often enough that’s not the case: With social media we are presented those idols and hugely successful (at least in our eyes) people every … Continue reading Inspiration vs. Obsession

Be Your Own Best Friend

When listening to the latest #girlbossradio podcast with Sophia Amoruso this morning (you can find it here), while enjoying my morning jog – there was one thing in particular that caught my attention: At some point they started to discuss the topic of self-love and self-respect, and they talked about why you need to become … Continue reading Be Your Own Best Friend