Today when I opened up Instagram my bookclub people from Munich showed the snowflakes dancing. So it is close to winter. I know it officialy starts December 21 but I always feel like December 1 is the day we can say it is winter. Meterologist predict it will be a very cold winter in Germany 2021/22 and I don’t object. I love it. Bring it on. If I can make a wish: let it be freezing cold for a week so all the ice in the lakes freezes all smooth and then add a bit of snow to make the rest of the country look great too. Best winter conditions. Oh I am ready. Can you feel it? Of course I share my winter bucket list for 2021 again.➢ KEEP ON READING
1. The first book I read all by myself was Pippi Longstocking. I was second grade and I vividly remember sitting next to my dad reading while he was reading the papers. When I looked at him I told him he wouldn’t read because his lips weren’t moving and he just pretended. When he told me he was reading with his mind and eye it was mind blowing.➢ KEEP ON READING
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It’s been a minute since I last wrote down a list of things I’d like to receive for Christmas. I usually can’t really name anything. But this year around I kept a file and wrote down a few things I would love to unwrap. Not that the gift thing is the main event on Christmas in my book but it sure is nice to be pampered. And I do love sitting fully stuffed with Christmas dinner and take turns unwrapping. It is always such a nice atmosphere. The candles burning a hot drink at hand. You get the picture. So here are my humble wishes:➢ KKEP ON READING
Yesterday I shared my favorite instagram accounts. While their posts most definitely make me stop scrolling there are also other things that let me stop. Think. And maybe click a link and read up on a few more things. I love when the internet is surprising me. When I get a glimpse into a world or a topic I would otherwise never stumble upon. I have collected a few things that made me stop scrolling lately and I want to share with you today:➢ KEEP ON READING
Can you have too many notebooks? I don’t believe you can. And if you say you can – well then you and I need to agree to disagree. Confession: I have a whole drawer full of notebooks and right now it hardly closes. I know first world problems. But the struggle is real. So I have to have a closer look. I figured why not take you along and share my notebook love – a collection that needs to be minimized.➢ KKEP ON READING