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    It’s quarantine season and I guess lots of people out there are relaxing(?), stressing out(?) at home with their families. Finding a crowd-pleasing movie can be a challenging task in and of itself, so… …in case you’re ever stuck surfing for a movie, here’s a lovely list of 7 movies that would be […]

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When it comes to tv shows, I’m always late to the party. I got super into Girls in the very last season and I’ve never watched one single episode of Game of Thrones in my life. One possible reason for this behaviour is that a) I don’t need that extra drama in my life. I […]

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In times of quarantine, online entertainment makes being trapped at home a little more interesting. It’s either that or being hard on yourself trying to be extra productive, but in my personal experience I go back and forth a lot. Some days I get frustrated for not using my time more productively, and other days […]

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First of all, if you haven’t yet, I urge you to watch the “Before Trilogy”. I was instantly mesmerised watching the first one and couldn’t wait to go through the sequels. Starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, the movies follow the characters Jesse and Celine. We first meet them as idealistic twenty-somethings on a Vienna-bound […]

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A few days ago I was feeling a little bit blue, so in order to cheer myself up I chose the easiest way I could think of: watch something on Netflix. If I’m feeling like that I usually go for a walk, but even though I was in no mood to sit through a movie, […]

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…you need to watch Chef’s Table on Netflix. I love cooking shows, but no, that’s not the reason why I’m telling you to watch Chef’s Table. Every episode is so beautifully done, the soundtrack fits so perfectly to the tone of each one and every single chef’s story is so fascinating. We are invited into […]

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When I first moved to Germany, I found that listening to podcasts was an interesting way to feel connected to something and be somewhat part of a bigger conversation – other than the intense monologues that would go on and on inside my head. It’s weird how after a while you start feeling like the […]

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Listening to the radio the other day, I hear this from the host: “Crying is scientifically proven to benefit your health”. Now, as I’ve previously discussed – in length – I am a cancer, which apparently makes me highly sensitive by nature and prone to crying about anything. And I must say I’m personally happy […]

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