Cinnamon – the quintessence of fall/winter. I LOVE cinnamon. I own a cinnamon shower gel, cinnamon candles, cinnamon perfume, and anything and everything else you can think of. So no one will be surprised by the fact that I love cinnamon rolls.
These six steps will make for an awesome November. Now, change can be difficult, developing a habit can be exhausting but always remember: it is okay to fail. Tomorrow is a new day and a new chance.
Like every good member of Gen Z, I love avocados. Avocado on toast, avocado with tuna, avocado in salads. But my number one avocado dish is definitely guacamole.
My absolute favourite are plums and with them Zwetschgenkuchen aka plum cake. A tasty dough with a juicy fruit filling and crispy streusels – for my family, not a year goes by without us baking this delicious cake together at least once.
Today is the day: my six-month internship comes to an end.
Decluttering has been a massive trend on YouTube for a while now. I know, throwing away stuff does not necessarily sound like something you would do to save money – but hear me out.
Cash envelopes. You have never heard of those before? Well, take a seat and let me tell you how these can and will change your money habits.
In August I will start a new job; I will be a working student at the company I am an intern at. I am very excited because it makes me feel even more appreciated than I do anyway. However, this change also makes me very anxious. Due to legal reasons, I will no longer be entitled to financial promotion for university students. This means I will have around 400€ a month less than I used to. I know, it is ‘just’ money, but 400€ is a lot.
Would I call myself ambitious? Definitely yes! Would I also call myself a Cry Baby? Hell yeah!
I love having guests. There is no better way to show you care about someone than inviting them to your place and spending time with them. But what I love most about it, is cooking for people. My favourite thing to cook for guests is lasagne. I have never met anyone who doesn’t love a … Continue reading Hospitality begins in the heart