A book that fires you up to embrace a more minimalistic and simple life to be happier. The author makes the case that most of the stuff we own is to impress other people. Instead of always looking for what we are missing, we should embrace the things we already own, thereby embracing the really … Continue reading Goodbye things! The New Japanese Minimalism by Fumio Sasaki – Summary and Thoughts
Just going over my internet presence, I realized I have been focussing a lot of time and energy elsewhere and not on here. More than two months not giving an update apart from updating my "now" page. Well, here it is with some pictures 🙂 I guess I will start with the most important day … Continue reading The past, the future, THE PRESENT!
Since I can remember, I liked to get inspired by outside sources. When I was younger, I used to read a lot. Seriously, it was so bad that, when going to bed, my parents took my book towards a shelf on the other side of the room (which I then got back to read more … Continue reading The Answer Is Not Out There (It’s On The Inside)
Hi there, it's been a while 🙂 a lot has happened lately: I finished Fabian's and my campervan, drove it from Münster over Orleans and Madrid to Lisbon, went on some trips around Lisbon, started working part-time at beta-i, read a few books, started to learn Portuguese, began to get to know the startup space … Continue reading Chegado a Lisboa – A Recap of The Last Two Month
Utilizing our divine rod to figure out who we are and what we want How do we know who we are and what we want? We don’t until we discover ourselves. Rather than the magic “aha”-moment, it’s a gradual process of learning what we are good at and what we suck at doing. But we … Continue reading The Beauty of Self-Discovery
A new case for making the switch — quit continuous partial attention to strive after living on your own terms The Social Media journey started in 2009. I signed up for the big blue app when spending a high school year abroad in Birmingham, Alabama. Not knowing what I was doing, I accepted every friend request I got. … Continue reading Your Most Valuable Assets Are Being Robbed by Social Media
A few weeks ago, while binge-reading articles on Medium, I came across this article about "How to start your own mastermind group". Looking for content to share with a good friend of mine, I chose this one. The next time we talked, he told me that he liked the article but that the selection had … Continue reading How a Two-person Mastermind Group Is Changing My Life for the Better
It's one of the injuries most athletes are afraid of - tearing the ACL - long recovery ahead and always a remaining higher chance of re-injuring it again. But shit happens, and I ripped mine including the meniscus, a few weeks ago at the Berlin Open Lacrosse tournament while playing for the German National Team … Continue reading Dealing with an (ACL) injury, mindfully
It's Friday's summer night. You took it chill after a hard work week and spent time with your friends or better half. You wake up early the next morning well-rested. While drinking a coffee and enjoying breakfast you notice the blue sky. You feel the urge to go outside to spend an awesome Saturday in … Continue reading The best way to spend summer’s saturdays
I am on a Social Media break. Not only is the mindless scrolling in the various newsfeed eating my time, but it also makes me unhappy. Why? It exposes me to negative news about topics such as climate change or or other injustices. After reading such news, you are always caught up in your thoughts … Continue reading How can you make the world a better place? Start small!