The joys of moving in the middle of a pandemic.

You may have noticed, that after my last post about hitting myself on the chin with a door and crying, I have been taking a little break from blogging. Although it hasn’t felt like a break at all, let me tell you. Ever since my boyfriend got his first full time job and we officially…

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Putting pressure on myself to be productive, hitting myself with a door and crying

It’s day 12 of isolation. Day 12 since I started working from home. Day 12 of not meeting friends or family, of guilt-inducing runs, of looking at other human beings as carriers instead of people. But it’s been longer since I started checking the news obsessively, worrying for my friends and family in Madrid, it’s…

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How I am coping with quarantine

So it’s been a bit of a quiet time over here. What can I say? Life got in the way, I lost motivation… things that happen. In the past two months my mum came to visit us in Munich, and we travelled to Mexico to celebrate my birthday (film pictures coming your way as soon…

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January’s Gratitude Journal: Film and Yoga

The beginning of 2020 has been quite good to me. With some residual holiday joy, a steady (ish) at home yoga practice, time to reconnect with friends, and to do some self reflecting, I’d say January is turning out to be a lot better than I thought it’d be. So, to remind my self next…

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Currently Reading Vol.5, and where I’m at with reading in 2020

Amongst many other things, I, unfortunately, didn’t complete my 2019 reading goal (wanted to read 24 book, read 23 and a half. VERY frustrating), so I felt a bit shy to make my goal for 2020 30 books, which is what I had originally planned for. I feel like if the number is too high…

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My decade (almost) in Art

Before we get too far into January, I wanted to do my own recap of the past decade, but instead of going through memories, I thought I would look back at the art I was creating every year of the past decade (alright, not every year, because I am not home and annoyingly I couldn’t…

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Conversations with Strangers

If you know me, you know I am not the extroverted type. I mostly dislike meeting new people and wear my “do not talk to me” face out every single day. Along with it I usually carry a book and keep my headphones on even when my phone has run out of battery and there’s…

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Setting goals for 2020

Another year has gone by, and contrary to my yearly tradition, this year I didn’t have the time between Christmas and New Year’s to really unwind and reflect about all the things 2019 taught me, and what I wish to accomplish in 2020. Everything was just too hectic, with family and friends to visit, so…

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One insignificant girl in Segovia

Last Friday Fletcher and I took a break from the family festivities and headed to Segovia with my mum’s car. It was sunny and warm and I was happy because Fletcher was driving and I was just giving directions. – On the next one go up.– Up where?– Up, up! That’s down (points left) and…

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