Homemade Granola Bars – Breakfast Idea

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Are you a breakfast person? I am on the weekends for sure. I love a long breakfast mainly a traditional German version. That includes “Brötchen” – little bread rolls that you then stack with yummy cold cuts and cheeses and jams. However during the week I often just have a coffee, followed by a tea and then have lunch at around 1pm. But sometimes a little snack in the morning with the first coffee and the first video call is a nice change. And so we started to stack up on granola bars. Unfortunately many of the store bought granola bars have lots and lots of sugar. So I decided to give homemade granola bars a try. And I was not disappointed at all.

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August Books – What I read

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August felt like a slow reading month for me. The books were not something I flew through. One took me almost two weeks. And then I had so much on my mind that I didn’t feel like I had any more brain space to dive into new stories. I still managed to pick up entertaining books and had fun reading. So overall it was a good month for sure. Here they are my August books: What I read last month.

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August Reflections and September Intentions

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I have just gotten back from my vacation on the Baltic Sea and decided even though I am still in vacation mode I will switch on the laptop and start typing my August reflections and September intentions. Because let’s be honest if you don’t do it in the first few days of the month it will not happen.

But as always we are starting with a favorite quote to set the mood.

I have a lot of proof that the world is conspiring to make me happy. 

Greenlights, Matthew McConaughey
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July Books – What I read

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When July started I had high hopes to fly through all the epic novels with 500+ pages. Well I have not finished one. I started one from my Years Reading Goals but at around 30% I was so uninterested in the story, that I decided to quit. I love to check things of from my goals list but honestly if the story is not captivating and petty why bothers. There are so many exciting books out and I wo’t be able to read in my life time. So I snatched up books that were small, book that currently interested me more , book that let me dream of vacation. My July books: What I read last month.

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