This one has been sitting in my drafts for nearly a year now - an empty post with just a title. To be precise, since last October when I got my third tattoo - the one on my left arm. Maybe you've seen it in one or two of my Instagram pictures, though I never made a big fuss about it. As it's probably the most personal of all my tattoos, I mostly kept it private. So of course, ever since I got said tattoo, people have been asking me "What does it mean?" and mostly I told them to google the Morse code-alphabet and find out for themselves. (cause I knew they'd be too lazy for that) Until today I only opened up to my closest friends about the meaning. Because I never found the right words to describe my thoughts and back-story, but maybe I'll never will... that's the best I can do & hopefully you'll understand what I'm trying to say.

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Hey again! This is the last of my Santorini posts that I'll actually write from here, as I'm currently sitting in the hotel lobby and waiting to be picked up for the airport. Understandably, I'm leaving with mixed feelings. On the one hand, I can't wait to be at home with my loved ones again, but at the other hand it's just so beautiful here and we really enjoyed our vacation. Today however, I wanna tell you more about the trip we took on Wednesday - "Caldera & Sunset in Oia"


Greetings from Santorini! 

And may I tell you, it really is as beautiful here as I'd imagined. I saw so many photos beforehand and oh my word, it really does live up to the expectations. My friend Tanja and I also explored the island a bit, as chilling at the pool and on the beach all week long would've been to boring. So today I'll share with you some of the photos that I took the day before yesterday (Aug 1st) in Fira.


Hey there!
'Lately' I have been in a kind of writing slump .. writers block.. whatever you wanna call it. My Madrid Travel Diary is still sitting in my drafts, waiting to be finished - I went to Madrid nearly two months ago... Lately, I just never felt like writing. To be honest, I even considered quitting blogging for good. More and more often I caught myself  thinking "But what for? Nobody's gonna read it anyway."  And maybe that's true, maybe it's not. However, if there's at least one person out there reading this now, it was worth it. And if not, then at least I can look back at it months from now, reading it like an entry in my diary.

Apart from that, I also thought if I blogged about something, it had to be something world-changing. Perhaps, that's not true. Perhaps it can also be something really random - like me telling you about my hike with my mum on Saturday and showing you some of the photos that I took.


Back home from Madrid I did basically nothing for the first few days except catching up and celebrating my birthday with everybody I left back home. (Thanks btw for all the birthday wishes over on my social media accounts! 😊) And then I already had to go back to work again. Like every time I get back home from vacation, I can't motivate myself to unpack my suitcase and I still haven't finished that task. - Tell me I'm not the only one who takes ages to unpack. Whatever.. at least I found the time and the motivation now to sit down and start telling you everything about the five days I spent in Madrid, starting with the hotel we stayed at - the H10 Puerta de Alcalá


¡Hola! 🇪🇸
I am currently in Madrid, which you probably know, if you follow me on Instagram. As I'm writing this, me and my friend Tanja - who's the one accompanying me on this vacation -  are currently lying in our hotel room for a little while: listening to music, talking, enjoying life. I scream, you scream - we all scream for ice cream. So after finishing this post we're heading out for ice cream, again... Since you haven't heard a peep from me for quite a while on here again (I'm sorry!) - here's this outfit which I wore today for strolling around the city. 


Last christmas (I gave you my heart.. just kidding! 😉) my grandparents got me this babe of an vinyl player. I have wanted one for literally forever, however I probably never would've gotten one myself. Let's put it that way: I desperately wanted one, but still not enough to spend that amount of money on one. - No need to tell me I'm weird. Gladly, as mentioned before, my grandparents were kind enough and got me one. So for those of you who are thinking of purchasing one as well, I thought I'd share my thoughts about it with you.