Mystery Blogger Award!

Julie¬†nominated me again for an award and I am really enjoying them! So obviously thanks! Please feel free to participate as well if you like! But for those I have nominated, it's of course not mandatory ūüôā Julie's Questions:   Do you like classic art or modern art and why? None. If I think of … Continue reading Mystery Blogger Award!

What you seem on the outside vs. what you really are on the inside.

We "always" talk about people with a¬† "strong shell, but are a softie inside". You might have guessed, I'm the opposite. You'd see me crying. You'd see me breaking down, falling on my knees,. You'd hear me whine. But I'm so damn tough on the inside. I simply can't give up. I can't lay down … Continue reading What you seem on the outside vs. what you really are on the inside.

Clothes make the (wo)man and being yourself

Whenever I'm traveling for work, the term "business trip" seems so overrated. Mainly because what I am really going to do is talk about to equally nerdy colleagues about electricity and stuff, on a site location far away from any kind of civilization. But the people at the airport don't know that. So there's my … Continue reading Clothes make the (wo)man and being yourself

Liebster Award

I was nominated by Julie¬†for the Liebster Award. Check out her blog. She is recently doing amazing with her weight loss adventure, owning her business and writing entertaining blog. Also, if you're interested in the Keto diet, I think she will be able to help you out a lot! Off we go! 10 Facts about … Continue reading Liebster Award

Things I did differently when I was single

Have you ever been told by a friend how boring you have become now that you are in a relationship? No more partying. No more late night phone calls. No more chasing good looking (wo)men. As much as we hate admit it, there might a be a sense of truth in it. On Saturday night, … Continue reading Things I did differently when I was single

Guilt

The taxi driver was on his last shift and he drove like that too. Thank you whoever created seat belts. But I did see the large letters when we drove by a church: Jesus died for our sins It took me back to my childhood. Growing up with religious parents, this statement has been half … Continue reading Guilt

Are you passionate about the field of business you work for?

Inspiration for today's blog is Goldie's last post: ¬†https://dailyflabbergast.wordpress.com/2018/06/11/employees-making-big-time-decisions-the-effects-of-the-internet-and-social-media/ The blog talks about how much amount right of speech employees should have when they don't agree with the company they work for. On one hand we are all entitled to our opinion. On the other hand, in a time where finding a job isn't particularly … Continue reading Are you passionate about the field of business you work for?