6 (Business) Trip Essentials

Check out the best, the bold and the beautiful that’ll make your short business trip more comforting and comfortable. Including literature, snacks and some dirty little lies…

Art after Destruction

Looking at Christchurch 5 years after the horrific earthquake one can definitely see: Art is much more than pure beauty meant for consume. It can heal its creators psychologically, connect its recipients and create shared hope in places after natural desaster, trauma and destruction. A short essay on the impact of Street-Art in Christchurch after the destructive earthquake from 2011.

Letter to My 18 Year Old Self

Yesterday, I found a beautifully filmed video on Teen Vogue‘s channel, featuring Game of Throne‘s Emilia Clarke. In this video, she addresses her 18 year old self with emotional advice. That got me thinking as to what I would want to tell myself and what the most valuable things are I learned in the past decade…
What would you like to tell your 18 year old self, if you could?

Badaboom: 2345 Followers Give-Away

As I’m getting so much kind support from all you generous people, I’d like to give something back: Let’s celebrate our 2345th subscriber with a big fat THANK YOU and a travel-related present to 20 of my readers…

10 Things Your Travel Health/Zombie Apocalypse Kit Needs…

… When you’re traveling off the beaten track, there are numerous awesomely researched tips online on what to bring to survive in the wilderness. However, it may get a little tricky when you’re planning to travel somewhere far, far away from home – but not exactly wild. Or you’re staying home, but the zombie apocalypse has suddenly doomed.

How to Afford and Prepare that Trip around the World…

… and how to make it analogue.

This upcoming April, I am going to travel the world for 3 months (oh, how I longed to say that sentence since I was 12). Which, granted, isn’t exactly a sufficient amount of time to see everything there is too see. To see everything a lifetime of travels would not suffice, but after finishing my Degree I wanted to treat myself with something outstanding…

People are Wonders – On Finding War-Survivors

Finding people to interview or to participate in a survey is generally hard. Finding them to speak about a devastating topic such as their personal war-experience turns out to be harder and less hard at the same time.