A Mindful Mess

A Mindful Mess

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Why I love buying clothes at the second-hand

Million tons of clothes are thrown away each year. Buying second hand clothing does not only reduce the waste, it supports the community and it’s sustainable. For me it’s 1 year without buying new clothes (except 3-5 pieces). Not harming the planet and not supporting the fast fashion industry. Since I’m working for a green […]

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Q&A – Get to know me

I think it was about time for you to get to know me closer. It’s no secret that I’m a crazy adventurer, I camp alone for months and love to challange myself. But what else is there about my person to tell? I’ve answered some questions you were asking to get a closer look on […]

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Atlantic Ocean Sunset With The Girls

#girlstime Winter is here and I need some sunshine, beach vibes ♡ Found some unpublished pictures from the time I was living on that hippie beach in Tenerife. Playing and dancing in the sand with my girls, eating cake and fooling around. Oh, that wonderful easy times*    

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Intambo – Tribal infused jewelry for the soul

You’ve probably heard about Intambo jewelry, if not you definitely should and that’s why I’m writing the story of Barbara, the beautiful girl behind the Intambo creations – tribal jewelry for the soul. I’m following her work since the beginning and I’m happy to see her progress and artistic unfolding in each of her mesmerizing […]

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5 Places To Visit In Transylvania

Transylvania – the mysterious land of bloodthirsty vampires and howling wolves. I’ve listed 5 awesome places I visited last summer you need to visit too! Read also the article 10 things you need to know before going to Transylvania. Hit PLAY for some funky folklore music. Last summer me and my boyfriend Laurenz were traveling […]

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10 Things I’ve Learned Working As A Hotel Photographer

As some of you know I worked as a hotel photographer in Mallorca the past two months. It may sound easy to some but the reality is: it wasn’t! Working 9 hours a day, at temperatures of 40°C at 80% air humidity, shooting families with small children who don’t want to be photographed can be […]

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Cuevas Del Drach – A Hidden Under World

Coves del Drach The caves of the devil are four caves that are located on Mallorca Island, one of the Balearic Islands archipelago in Spain.  Located near Porto Cristo, a small beautiful city with a harbour (must see if you are around). The caves extend to a depth of 25 m and reach approximately 4 km in length. […]

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Pictures From The Most Awesome Cave Home Ever

Ever wondered how it is to live in a cave? Far away from civilization in a remote place? I was always curious to see how this way of life is manifesting. I stayed with my friend from Russia in a cave where he is living for one year now. Well hidden in the cliffs on a Canarian […]

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Pictures From Outer Space – Teide Volcano

Canary Islands, Tenerife, Teide Volcano, 3.700m altitude. 8 hour hike to the top. Temperature:  -4C°. Overwhelming feeling to arrive on the top. I’ll let the pictures speak. See the dramatic beauty of the volcanic landscapes we encountered on our adventure.  So far my impressions from hiking to Pico del Teide at 3.700m.  If you’re into hiking […]

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Eco Fashion For A Better World: Green Shirts

Different topic today here on my blog: Fashion, but not just fashion, it’s about sustainable and eco friendly fashion. I’m wearing  GREEN SHIRTS. „In Praise of Slowness“ Why? Because I’m getting more and more into the whole slow everything-thing  in today’s times where many things are going too fast and too wrong! From the way we consume, […]

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Winter In One Of The Oldest Saxon Villages Of Romania

Seligstadt, Romania 2017 started here for us. Time is passing differently in this quiet, little, remote village in Transylvania – it is passing slower. Mobile phones have not yet found their way into this village, and horse carriages are far more common than cars. The village, surrounded by fields and mellow hills, is overlooked by the […]

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7.000 km Road Trip Through 8 Countries

The summer of 2016 was a blasting one for us – with many adventures on our big Europe road trip!  I was happy to get the car and hit the road, now that I had my driving license (passed the exam 2 weeks before the trip). Luckily my dad had the guts to give me […]

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5 Inspirational Travel Blogs

For all the travel hungry souls out there: If you want to travel more and how you can afford it, how you can start living your dream – I’ve put together my favorite travel blogs, where I take my inspiration and daydream about the next destinations. Because gypsy souls are born for leaving and have the desire […]

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El Drago Milenario – The Ancient Dragon Tree

Icod de los Vinos, Tenerife  The dracaena draco or Canary Islands Dragon Tree is is a subtropical tree-like plant. To be found in the Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Madeira and Morocco. The Drago is the natural symbol of the Island of Tenerife. The specimen called „El Drago Milenario“ growing at Icod de los Vinos in northwest […]

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How We Squatted A House

Housing is a basic right for everybody. Houses should not be empty while there are people without homes to live in. „Squatting is the action of occupying an abandoned or unoccupied area of land–or a building, usually residential – that the squatter does not own, rent or otherwise have lawful permission to use.“ In our case, we […]

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My Paragliding Experience Over Tenerife

Since I’m a little girl I  dream about flying … many years I believed I am able to float, just because it felt so real in my dreams. Somehow the right moment to do it didn’t happen until some weeks ago. Back in Tenerife I was thinking about it but it was too expensive for […]

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Lessons I’ve Learned While Traveling Alone

It’s now one week that I’m back home … back to the city life, where everything is going fast, people rushing everywhere, events going on all the time, appointments, where date and time play an important role … where people don’t say hello to everybody on the street … (the first days after I arrived […]

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My Life On A Hippie Beach

(((~~~VIBE~~~))) It’s now about 9 weeks I live in Caleta and I have to say that I really feel like home. This place and it’s energy are truly special. I love waking up here, there are no days I feel bad and very less moments I have to worry about something. I have a lot […]

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