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Food

Vegan Toasted Vegetable Bread

I follow this Austrian blogger, Angie (you can find her blog here )and she recently posted an Instagram story featuring bread topped with grilled veggies that her husband had prepared for her. And since bread and vegetables are my two favorite foods, I just HAD to try and recreate it. While mine desn’t look half […]

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Uni

5 tips for studying/working from home

I know in the grand scheme of things, I’m probably late to the party, since tons of schools start in September, but I’m currently getting back into the Uni-Life after summer. I don’t know what the situation is like where you are, but for me, most of my classes are still being held online, which […]

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Books

Book(s) I read in September 2020

September was such a busy month for me – It was the last month of my summer internship, which meant all of my tasks had to be completed, I am moving in a month (aaaaa) and a lot of stuff happened regarding that and I also started preparing for Uni, which starts in October. So […]

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Travel

A weekend in Innsbruck

You might remember that I wrote about getting a Summer train ticket and travelling through Austria in an earlier blogpost and today’s post is all about our second trip using the ticket: to Tyrol’s capital Innsbruck.  I had been to Innsbruck twice before in my life, however both trips happened years ago, so I was […]

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Books

Books I read in August 2020

Even though I have a lot to do for my internship and am busy with a few more changes regarding my personal life right now, I’ve been feeling quite in the summer holiday mood and have had a lot of time to read. I might’ve only gotten through three books in August, but two of […]

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Travel

A day in Vienna

As for so many people, COVID-19 has really altered my summer plans for this year. I love to travel and as a student, the long summer break is usually ideal for exploring the world (as far as my bank account allows it haha). Since going abroad doesn’t really seem like the smartest thing to do […]

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Books

Books I read in July 2020

July was a pretty good reading month for me. I only finished two books, however the first one had quite a lot of pages and to be honest, at the beginning of the month, I wasn’t really sure if I was even going to manage that one within 30 days, so I’m pretty happy with […]

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Travel

A day (and a half) in Berlin

The second stop to our roadtrip was Berlin. I already went to Berlin in the summer of 2019, here is a blogpost and a food guide that I wrote back then.  Since I had already visited the city before, I wasn’t as keen on sightseeing as my family was and spent most of the time […]

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Travel

A (rainy) day in Dresden, Germany

As for so many people, our holiday plans also had to be changed this year due to coronavirus. However, we still wanted to go somewhere and decided on a short roadtrip to Germany. Of course, we always wear our masks and keep a safe distance from other people, which is super important when trying to […]

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Books

Books I read in June 2020

I only read two books in June and there’s a definitely a pattern: originally german books that deal with the topics of (im-)migration, integration and discrimination. I have not found English translations yet for either one of the books, so you might want to skip this post if you don’t speak German. Also, both of […]