The new GDPR law makes me want to get drunk. Read the full rant on the (not yet compliant) blog…

I just spent 2hrs trying to understand the GDPR rules and what I actually have to do to comply with the new them, to no avail. I am this close to giving up this blog altogether.

Have a great (long) weekend!

There is another long weekend ahead of us, and I am looking forward to three relaxing days – I have nothing planned, and it feels great. In case you get bored over the weekend, here are some things and links to inspire you.
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I wrote down a couple of paragraphs about The High Line in New York, New York and added some things to do nearby this wonderful park as well.

The High Line and its surrounding areas quickly became one of my favorite areas in Manhattan. Read all about my love for The High Line and find some things to do nearby in this post.
Wellbeing guru Danielle Copperman shares her favourite morning rituals with you to help you kickstart a great day from the minute you wake up.
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So looking forward to going back to the sea. These pictures were taken in Southern France in 2014. This June we are headed to a completely different destination, but in the Mediterranean nonetheless.

As the new year arrived, we started dreaming of summer again, the most delightful season

Still relevant… a text on why I try not to use any more paper cups for my coffee.

Yes, sometimes I lapse and you will find myself with a paper cup in my hand. But, I try to get better every day.

I bought my first coffee to go back in the early two-thousands when I had a summer job in Stockholm. I was 18, did not even like coffee that much, but felt super glamorous and grown up, carrying a branded paper cup down the streets of Stockholm. When I got older they turned into pure convenience. No...
Kichijoji is one of those Tokyo neighbourhoods with a small town feel in the big city. Just under 30 minutes by train from Shinjuku or Shibuya Station, it is home to an iconic Tokyo park, as well as an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, cafés. Here are some spots and shops in Kichijoji I'd like to...

New In Beauty & Fashion – My Summer 2018 Edition.. Read about it over here:…/2…/05/summer-fashion-and-beauty-2018/

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I hope you have a sunny weekend ahead of you. Here are some links, songs, books and other things from the past weeks you might want to check out during the weekend. Enjoy!

I wish I was in Japan right now to witness all those beautiful cherry blossoms. All I can do at the point is marvel at them on Instagram.

Towards the end of March and beginning for April, my longing for Japan becomes almost unbearable. It's Cherry Blossom Season and I live vicariously through those beautiful pictures people share on Instagram. To share my longing, I decided to collect some of my favourites in this post.

Glad to see that I am not the only one who feels so passionate about this movie ... – via Schorlemaedchen

On Boxing Day, Will and I were able to sneak out for a bit of cinema time and watched Call Me By Your Name on its release date in Australia. I had seen the trailer weeks before and was really keen to see it, particularly as we are big fans of Sufjan Stevens (who wrote two songs for it) and Italy,

Micha of LOREM (not Ipsum) was so kind to share some magazine recommendations with me.

Find them on the blog today:…/…/03/indie-magazines-lorem-not-ipsum/

Meet Micha, one of the people behind "LOREM (not Ipsum)" a wonderfully curated Swiss online shop for Indie magazines. In this post, he presents three publications, all of which surprised and fascinated him at first sight.
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Great list from Signature #readmorebooks

Books about miracles, desert islands, the Donner Party, and more this month.

March 2018 brings with it more than the start of spring. From a short story collection from Ramona Ausubel to a Hannah Arendt collection, let's get reading.

Here are three affordable Hotels in Tokyo, Japan. In case you're are planning a trip to this great city:

– with HOTEL GRAPHY, ONE@Tokyo and 9H - Nine Hours, Shinjuku, Tokyo

The selection of hotels in Tokyo is vast and ranges from affordable capsule hotels and hostels, to Airbnb apartments, business hotels and traditional Ryokan. To make your search for a perfect hotel in Tokyo a bit easier, here are three affordable hotels in Tokyo.