Hello again

Hola everybody.


And welcome back to my blog. I’m officially and finally back from my study/exam break and I seriously can’t even describe how much I’ve missed posting stuff on here and talking to you guys. I mean, I have, like, such a long list of topics for different blogposts, that I don’t even know where to start. And even just writing this right now fills me with so much joy. God, what would I do without this blog? I seriously have no idea.

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I’m beyond sorry that it took me so long to get back again, but I just started my summer break, which basically means that I began working this Monday and I just had to get used to that – for example to having to wake up at 7 am every single freaking morning. I still haven’t fully found my perfect rhythm, but I’m hoping to accomplish that within the next few days, so I can actually start writing my bachelor thesis and my last few projects for uni.

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But I have to say, I’m really really happy to be back home again. I’m currently sitting in bed and Peaches is lying next to me and seriously guys, whatever I’m feeling right now, I know it’s pure, unconditional love. This cat is the love of my life. No joke. And I can’t wait to spend the upcoming months with her. And the rest of my family and friends too, of course.

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I actually just wanted to use this post as some kind of update and welcome. But I know that you’re all curious about what happened during my break, so here’s a little sneak peek. So, first of all, all my exams went down pretty good and if I’m not mistaken, I think I’ve passed every single one of them. Which means that I just have to finish my thesis now and then I’m officially graduating from uni, which is the craziest thing ever. It’s so weird to actually finish something you’ve been working your butt off for years. I mean, all I could think about in secondary school was uni. And now I’m already graduating. That’s so unbelievable. I mean, I’m not finished finished, you guys know about me moving to the UK to continue studying, but I’m leaving Vienna and basically my home country and that’s crazy enough, trust me. And if we’re already talking about moving to the UK – guys, I’ve finally found a place to live in. And holy moly, I actually can’t believe that I seriously managed to find myself such a great place and such an amazing family. I’ll be sharing the house with a couple and gosh, they are so cool. I mean, they’re basically me, just with a few more years of life experience. I couldn’t be happier, really. And the house is located just two minutes from the sea and the beach, which is like pretty much the most amazing aspect of the house. I mean, I’ll be basically spending the upcoming year at the beach, I can already tell you that. God, I’m so excited, this is going to be so so awesome.

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And last but not least, as I already mentioned in my latest posts, I need to tell you all about my time at the festival that I got to work at. It was so freaking amazing. Oh my god. I can’t even describe it. It was one of those moments and experiences in life that basically change everything. Like when you first try Nutella. That changes you. And that’s what this week at the festival did to me. I seriously can’t wait to spend the rest of my life in that environment. I just love it so much, with all my heart. But before I’m starting to give away too much, I’ll just stop right here and keep the rest for the extra post in which I’m going to tell you all about my time there, from the beginning to the very end.

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So yeah guys, there you go. Those are basically the most important things that happened during the time I’ve been away. Apart from that there are quite some new albums and songs waiting to be discussed about and I did a little photoshoot with what could be the dreamiest dress ever and I have so many new tv shows I want to tell you guys about, so please stay tuned for more. Like I said, I’m officially back again and yeah, I’d say let’s bring this blog back to life, shall we?

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Anyways, I hope you guys are doing great and enjoying the summer. And, as always, I hope you enjoyed this little post and I wish you an amazing weekend. And, of course, thanks for reading. x

Welcome Back

Hola everyone.


I am baaaaaaaack. Whoop whoop. God, I can’t even begin tell you how much I missed being on here, writing stuff, telling you guys about life and other things and of course you guys in general. And soooo much happened, seriously. I know I told you that I’d tell you about the concerts I’ve been to the past days, but I have so much stuff to tell you so I thought I’d give you all a basic update before I go in deeper. So, let’s get right to it.

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First of all, uni is finally over. Yesterday I had my last lessons and my parents and me moved out of my apartment, so here I am, home again. And right now sitting outside in my garden, enjoying the sun and listening to some 20s and 30s music while writing this. Life is good. But actually the last days at uni were pretty cool too. I had lessons we call a “Tutorium” here. You could say it’s a course were you are just in small groups of like 30 people and get to discuss and practice your work. And this one was about feminist views and overall women and it was really really interesting. Our tutor was super cool and she even had her teeny-tiny baby and her husband with her and guys, I can tell you, a baby makes everything so much better. It was so cute to see them together as a family. I think pretty much everyone of us fell completely in love with the small baby boy.

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And as much as I can tell, I think the exams went pretty well too. I mean I still don’t really have the results, but I had a good feeling after walking out of them. But god, I was so relieved when they were finally over. It’s such a huge pain in the ass to have to study every single day for over a month and having this small creature jumping around in your head 24/7 telling you to go and study because otherwise you will fail and your life will turn a huge breakdown. Not to mention the pressure of having to get good grades, because if you don’t you will never be able to make it into your dream college and everything you have ever dreamed of will vanish before your very own eyes. Sounds pretty dramatic, doesn’t it? And now imagine having such thoughts swirl around in your head every day because you’re just a little bit masochistic and love pressuring yourself. Okay, I just noticed how crazy I must be sounding so I guess I’ll just stop right here.

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Anyways, I think the exams went good and that everything turned out just the way I wanted it and now that uni is over I can finally look forward to this upcoming summer and to all of the things I have planned. I want to start working on my second book – I will tell you more about that in the next weeks, don’t worry – and I have the permission to transform our right now really boring looking office into a creative room full of color and amazing designs (my personal interior design mission), which I can’t wait to do. And of course I’m so looking forward to our planned vacations. In three weeks I think my parents and I will fly to Manchester and travel to Liverpool and Blackpool – actually my parents are flying there to go and watch a golf tournament, so I basically just told them that I would attach myself to them and then stroll around the city while they will be watching a ball roll into a hole (notice my excitement about golf). And in August mum and me will be traveling to Paris, one trip I’ve been looking forward to since we decided on flying there and seriously, I CAN’T WAIT. I have the slight feeling that I will overly fall in love with Paris and never want to leave it again. Sounds pretty much like me, doesn’t it? So yeah, happy days are coming.

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What else happened? Oh yeah, as mentioned before, I went to two concerts – Paramore and The 1975 – which I will be telling you about on Friday. Just to give you a little foretaste, Paramore blew me away. Seriously. One of the best concerts I’ve ever attended. But more on Friday. Oh and Fall Out Boy brought out a new single called “Champion” which isn’t just completely amazing, but also basically helped me through all the study sessions and times when I just wanted to burn all of my books and laugh like a crazy evil woman while doing so. So, if you ever loose faith in yourself, I can just recommend that you give this one a listen, it really helps.

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Musicwise, two of my favorite bands released their new albums – the german band Kraftklub and Imagine Dragons. Both albums are absolutely stunning and turned me into a much bigger fan than I was before, so props to them. I can’t wait to see them live. Oh and oh my god, Ed released the new tour dates for his stadium tour next year and guess what? He’s really coming here, to my city, to Vienna. Edward freaking Christopher freaking Sheeran, the musical love of my life, is seriously having a show here. The tickets are going on sale this Saturday and I’m already at the edge of my seat and also nerves. Please guys pray for me that I will get tickets. Because if I don’t I will certainly go and have a crazy sort of breakdown and nobody wants that, right?

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Hmmmmmm, what else? I think that’s pretty much it. I guess. So, as you can see, quite a lot happened and I’m more than excited to be back. I really really missed you and this blog. It is true, you notice how much you love something/someone the time it’s away. And I really hope you are as happy as I am and that you enjoyed this post. Here’s to more. Oh and I hope you’re all doing well and I wish you an amazing week. And, as always, don’t hesitate to talk to me and thanks for reading. x

I’m back home

Hola everyone.


So, the three months are over. And I’m back home again, without a flight ticket to go back. And to be honest this feels pretty weird.

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The moment I knew I’d be going to Berlin was really important to me. I was pretty shocked to be honest. And I didn’t believe it. And I didn’t know what to expect. But I loved it, seriously. I loved the work there. The people. The city. And even though I was extremelyyyyy happy to be home again, I miss it. Knowing that I won’t be heading back to Berlin for the next months, maybe even the next year, feels pretty odd to me. But nonetheless I happy that I’m back home again. And that I went to Berlin in the first place. I’m hundred percent sure that I’d regret not doing it for the rest of my life, every single day.

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Overall I think those three months really did bring some changes in my life. I mean, I was on my own pretty much all the time, except when my parents or my friends visited me. And being alone just forces you to think about yourself. About what you want in your life. And what you don’t want. And how to spend time with yourself, without needing someone else to keep you company. I went to cinema, to concerts, museums on my own and did things I never thought I’d be “brave” enough to do all by myself (before that I always thought that going to the cinema alone is like the most pitiful thing in the world). And I think being away those three months made a lot of things clearer to me. I know that I want to be a journalist. Because I now know what being a journalist feels like. And I loved it. Every single second. And I know that I love living in a city. I mean, I’ve always wanted to live in a city, but was actually never sure if it was the right thing for me. But I’m sure it is know. And after being away from my friends and family and everything I know, I have the feeling that I can live in another country for a little longer time. I mean, I want to study in London, this is like one of my biggest dreams ever, but I always had the panic that I wouldn’t be a blue to stay away from home for such a long time. But I think after being able to handle those three months, I’m ready for the next step.

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Looking back at the. time I had in Berlin, I have to say that I learned a lot about me, my life, dreams and a lot more. And even though I had some tough days, days I wanted nothing more than fly home and cuddle up on the couch with my mum, I don’t regret it at all. It’s the opposite, actually. I’m really glad that I went to Berlin. And I loved it. Every single day.

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So yeah, now that I’m home again, I’m ready to take the next step and I’m excited to find out what life and the world has planned for me. Bring it on.

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If any of you want to know more about my time in Berlin or just want to chat, I’m here. And until then I hope you enjoyed this post and, as always, thanks for reading. x

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Ps: I freaking got a ticket to see Mr. Edward Christopher Sheeran on his tour and I am loosing my mind. Holy moly.

I’m back

Hola everyone.


Helloooooooooo. I’m baaaaack. And this time I’m back to stay (at least I hope so). Oh my god, you can’t imagine how much I missed talking to you guys and just literally writing. It feels like I just got home again and slipped into my coziest blanket on the couch. I’m home. And I feel so relieved.

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And yes, uni is over. FINALLY. I thought summer break would never come. Do you know how annoying and torturing it is, to scroll through Facebook and other social medias and just see how all the other people on this planet are enjoying their summer holidays and chilling their life and you’re just sitting in your dark room, hammering facts into your head you’ll probably forget two days after the exam. It’s horrible. Seriously. I was so frustrated, that I wanted to burn something down. Relax, I didn’t – or did I…?

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What about the exams, you ask? To be honest, they were pretty amazing. I mean, I studied a lot, that’s like one of my characteristics. But the thing is, this time the topics were so much more interesting for me. The last semester, I literally just memorized everything so I could just remember it at the test and that was it. It just wasn’t interesting AT ALL. But this time it was different and I think that made a big difference. Anyway, I smashed the exams and am finally free, which feels like pure heaven.

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There are so many things I want to tell you. All the things that happened and all the things that are going to happen. But I’ll keep most of it for the future (which means the next weeks) and just tell you the most important things.

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Today I’m meeting up with friend to watch The Conjuring 2, which I know that you know that I’m hyper excited to finally see, I seriously can’t wait. Oh and to chat, because we both had exams the last month and didn’t have much time to talk so we have a lot of stories to tell each other, which is always super amazing.

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Oh and today in two days I’ll be already walking down the streets of Copenhagen with my mum. And before you freak out, of course I’ll tell you everything about it and you guessed right, my camera will be with me, as always, and I’ll try show you the beauty of Copenhagen when I get back. Oh and we’re going to see Coldplay there and my mum is literally so damn excited for the concert, because she wanted to see the band for years and on Wednesday her dream will finally come true. Which I’m very very very happy for her, because usually I’m the one who’s drawing her to concert and the one who’s nearly fainting when the acts finally enter the stage and this time it’s the exact opposite. I can’t wait to see her get all fangirly and scream out the lyrics. It will be just wonderful. And besides, Coldplay are like a dream live so I can’t wait to see them too.

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Ummm, I guess that’s it by now. I would have material to go on forever and I wish I could, but I think it’s best to split it up. Oh, just one more thing. As I’m such a good student (hehe), I got myself a gift right afterwards. And you know me, of course it had to be something that has something to do with live music. Actually, I bought festival tickets for a electro music festival and guess what? I’ll see Martin – yes, the Martin Garrix, the most amazing DJ – again. And I’m sooooo excited, I really can’t describe it. What a dream-come-true.

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So yeah, here’s my update. I really can’t tell you how happy I am to be back again. I just noticed now how much I actually missed it. And you can be sure, I won’t leave for a looooong time (I hope that makes you as happy as me). Oh and if you have any stores or news for me, I’d be superhappy to hear them. And until then, as always, thanks for reading and welcoming me back. x