Sonntag, 11. August 2019

journaling etc. πŸ“–✨

I’ve been meaning to write this blogpost for months now. But it’s just like it used to be with essays in University: I don’t feel like I could ever cover all there is to talk about and fathom the topic in its entirety – … so I don‘t even see the point in trying. That’s where I’m currently at with the very broad topic of ~journaling~.

Journaling/writing/reflecting with pen and paper, whatever you want to call it, means something different to everyone who actually journals/writes on a regular basis, I’m sure. It‘s very personal so there are obviously things I don’t want to and won’t share … but what to talk about then?

Sonntag, 28. Juli 2019

vegan oatmeal cookies 🐒🌾πŸͺ

You all probably know by now that I love a cup of tea (make that iced tea with oat milk during summer) and a good homemade cookie or biscuit.
I love trying out and experimenting with new recipes – but I usually fail to follow any recipes I find on other blogs or in books and instead make up my own. That’s also how this recipe I’m sharing today came about. So far, I made these cookies twice and they turned out a little different every time. Different, but so, so tasty! With a hint of coconut and a caramel-y flavour. πŸ‘€

Sonntag, 14. Juli 2019

my evening routine 🌝 πŸŒƒ

Ever since I shared my morning routine with you a few weeks ago, you’ve been dying to hear about my evening routine as well, right? … Right? … Hello?! 😬

My ~ evenings ~ usually start at around 6pm – that’s when I try to be home from work, or call it a day when I’m working from home. The last thing I do before getting in relaxation mode, is clearing away my work stuff, meaning I organise my desk so that I can start again fresh and with a tidy space the next day. This helps me to a) stop thinking about work (because it’s literally out of my sight) and b) to wind down a bit, since organising my space and clearing away things helps me relax. 🐭

Samstag, 6. Juli 2019

books i’ve read in may πŸŒžπŸ“š

It’s the end of June as I’m writing my “May Books Blogpost” – whoopsy. Summer and high temperatures like we’ve been having them in Berlin lately, always really slow me down. Where I’d usually be buzzing with energy and ideas, I feel like an uninspired blob as soon as the thermometer hits >29°C. So you might get the June books blogpost in December, who knows. Although summer seems like the perfect time to read, the opposite is the case for me. I just want to lie down, drink iced tea and close me eyes, as my brain turns to mush in the heat. I read quite a bit in May—but don’t expect too much from next month, just saying. 😏
As always: The order I’m talking about the books is not a rating.

Sonntag, 23. Juni 2019

my morning routine ☀️

A few weeks ago I asked on instagram, what blogposts you wanted to read from me and I got “morning/evening routine“ as one of the many responses – thank you for the input by the way! I was a bit surprised because apparently you (or at least some of you) are interested in me as a person – what a concept, I know. πŸ˜‚ Anyhow. I have my morning routine for you today, which isn’t overly exciting, but just my actual (almost) daily morning routine ya know. 🀷🏻‍♀️✨

Samstag, 15. Juni 2019

sweet n salty granola πŸ“✨

A few weeks ago someone on instagram requested a new granola recipe – but without dried fruits. As you all know, I love experimenting and creating new recipes – … but hardly ever manage to follow existing ones. 😬
So I went to my trusty organic store, stocked up on oats, almonds, hemp seeds, chia seeds and a lot more and came up with a sweet n salty granola recipe which I’m a bit proud of, tbh. πŸ‘§πŸ»
I actually made it up as I went along, which is my usual modus operandi when it comes to cooking – and took notes so that I could share it with you.
I hope you don’t feel put off by the “salty“ – I only used one teaspoon of salt for roasting the sunflower seeds and the salty taste barely comes through. But when it does, it’s really … harmonious (?) and goes well with the slightly sweet taste of the caramelized almonds. Anyway, let’s do this, shall we?