All posts filed under: Change

How to spoil yourself in the digital times

Cheesy title alarm. I had a %&$§ week, one of those weeks the only thing one can hope for is – it will be over soon. Well it’s Friday so let’s hope for the best. The picture above is one I made when I actually visited the berlin philharmonics, see the article here I had o find something to comfort myself and yes, spoil myself. What to do when annoyed? I cleaned my email account. unsubscribing to all the People I subscribed in happier times. Then I reached an email from two days ago: „Live am Fr: Iván Fischer dirigiert Mahlers Symphonie Nr. 3 in der Digital Concert Hall“.

Bamboo Tothbrush

5 Easy Swaps to Do in 2016

What is left from my idea 100 little things to change the world and my first 3 easy swaps? Actually, a lot. I haven’t turned in someone making my own shampoo, but I have changed my lifestyle quite a bit. I found a good way to describe it – is thoughtful.

Whitespace

Whitespace – The Right thing to Charge your Mind, Boost your Creativity and recover from Stress Whitespace in typography represents the room around the typography, the word, to give the word room to breathe and to settle. without that whitespace neither the word makes sense, nor the font embraces their beauty. Whitespace is a very important part of the design. If you follow the idea of taking away everything that isn’t needed, doesn’t add to the function or design, you are left with a lot of white space and that actually looks very worthy.

My little Bird House

Living in a town has naturally its pros and cons. I am very happy to live in the city west, which is not only very central to everything but also very green, the Grunewald is just 15 minutes with the bus / S-Bahn away and Lietzensee or Schlosspark and the canals just 5 Minutes. So I can say I have the best bits of berlin (in my opinion).

Gossip or the Power of Words

Actually this post is not only about gossip, but the power of words. which unfortunately way more often is used in its destructive power, than in its supportive quality. we all want to be seen as who we are and it’s a sad but true thing that way more often we are seen by what the words of others make of us.

Better Moving

Do you remember my series with the list of 100 small things to change the world? I haven’t forgotten about. I was distracted and i did some research, both needed some time. writing that list changed so much in my life. i had to consider almost everything i do, realising, there are things i wouldn’t touch and others i give up too easily to make my self feel very good.