Taking a break

Hola everyone.


Today I have to deliver kind of bad news. Like you could already see by the title of this post, I’m going to take a break from blogging for the next few weeks until uni is finally over. I mean, it’s not really a break, as I’ve got more things to do than ever. I’m working at this festival the whole next week and apart from that I have to study and take my last exams of my journalism studies. So yeah, I’m basically at the end-spurt of everything and I just really have to concentrate on finishing uni in the best way possible. I’m really really sorry for my upcoming lack of posts, but I hope you guys understand. I’ve also already got some very exciting posts planned for when I’m back, so please stay tuned. And until then I wish you all an amazing time and hope you have a great weekend. And, as always, thanks for reading. See you in July. x

Through the lens

Hola everyone.


Happy Monday to you all. I hope you’re doing good and that this new week started off in a good way. And if it didn’t, maybe this little post can bring some joy to this day. To be honest, the past few days have been a bit weird – at least when it comes to the weather. It has been raining pretty much every day and the funny thing is, if it doesn’t rain, the sun is literally trying to burn us all to death. I feel like I’m in England, with this crazy weather (HA, I wish).

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So, yesterday, in one these super hot gaps between total rain showers, I had to just take the chance and grabbed my camera to explore our now really summery garden once more. And this time it was quite the experience. Thankfully it didn’t start to rain right after I stuck my toe out of the door. But I did try to change it all up a bit. I played with the different light settings and angles, crawled around the ground to get the perfect perspective and almost crashed into a small field full of daisies just to get as close as possible. And I really have to say, I had so much fun doing that (not the crashing part, of course). I loved playing with the extremes, the colors, the lights, the zoom, literally everything. That’s exactly why I love photography so much.

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And without further do, I now have the honor to present you the outcome of my little session. I really hope you enjoy the pics and I am already looking forward to hearing your reviews, so please don’t hesitate to leave your comments down below. And yeah, until then I wish you all a great week and, as always, thanks for reading. x

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What’s Up

Hola everyone.


How are you guys? You know, today I was sat in front my laptop, thinking about today’s post and what I wanted to chat with you guys about. And then I remembered that actually a long time has passed since I just chatted to you and told you about everything that has been going on in my life. So, that’s exactly what I want to do today. Let’s chat.

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Honestly, I don’t even know where to start. Recently my head has been completely full of all the things I’m doing and planning on doing right now. My last month of uni has just started and I’m already in the middle of studying for my finals and it’s kind of driving me crazy. I mean, it’s seriously already the last month of uni. And then I’m finished. Then I’m one of those people who actually have a degree, a Bachelor’s degree. How weird does that sound? I still remember the end of school like it was yesterday and now I’m already finishing uni. God, that’s crazy.

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And then it’s just two months until I move to Brighton. Holy moly, where does all this time go? God, I’m sounding like a grandma. The funny thing is, I’m not as stressed as I thought I would be. Maybe that’s because I just have so many things to do that I don’t even have time to worry. Okay, well, that’s not hundred percent right. I mean, I’m kind of worrying if I’ll ever find a place to stay in Brighton – I still haven’t found anything, please help – and if I’ll have enough time to study for my exams. Which is pretty much nonsense, as I, like I said, have already began to study. The thing is that in two weeks, I’ll actually be working at a festival, for the whole week, so I’m kind of studying now so I can relax a bit there. And god guys, I can’t even tell you how excited I am. I mean, that’s literally everything that I want to do with my career – work at festivals, meet bands, write about that, go to concerts, listen to music all day and meet hundreds of new people. What a dream come true. I’m still pretty baffled that I seriously get the chance to work there, it’s going to be so freaking amazing. I can’t wait.

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Besides that I’m also already so looking forward to summer. I’ll be working at home, which means I’ll get to spend as much time as possible with my family and friends, which is so important to me, seeing as I’m moving away. And I’ve got so many concerts scheduled. First I’ll get to see Martijn again at an EDM festival, which I’m so excited for. And then there are the two concerts of Ed, for which I’m already counting the days until the day has finally come, and then my mum and I are attending Sziget festival again and just four days after that we’re visiting one of Justin Timberlake’s concerts, which, being totally honest, is well overdue. I can’t even tell you how long I’ve been waiting for this moment. Far too long.

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And of course, like I already mentioned, I’m trying to spend as much time with my family and friends as possible. But I’m honestly not as worried as I thought I would be. It’s probably because due to Berlin I already know how it feels to move to a different city and different country all on my own. And I know that I’ll be able to keep in contact with all of them, todays technologies just make it so easy. But that’s also why I’m probably most worried about my pets, because I just can’t call them or send them a message or even just explain the situation to them. I wish I could just cram our whole house into my suitcase and take them with me. I’m just happy that uni allows us so many free weeks during the holidays, so the longest I’ll be away will be four months and I actually think that’s not that bad. But honestly, I’m kind of far more excited for this new chapter in my life and this huge step than I’m scared of it. It’s going to be unbelievably fantastic, I can already tell. And until then I’ll just try to make the most of the time I get to be at home.

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So yeah guys, that’s pretty much everything that’s currently going on in my life. What’s up with yours? I’d be really happy to hear from you, so please don’t hesitate to leave your comments down below. And until then I wish you all an amazing weekend, hope that you enjoyed this little post and, as always, thanks for reading. x