From a Mountain Lover

Maaan, it’s freezing cold these days. Minus 14 C! Adding wind into the mix and you feel like a penguin in Antarctica. Except, penguins always feel warm and don’t mind the cold. But still. You get the picture. Because I am the world’s worst skier The Siberian temperatures and the snow make me kind of Read More


How to work out a master plan for life

Desicions, desicions The final year of my study has already begun which made me think about the time after. In order to avoid post-study-depression, so to say…Ha, as if! I am so going to enjoy summer after the exams! 😊 Even if I don’t pass. After the exams, I will be desperately in need of Read More


The thing with differing condition

Being special My man always tells me, that I am a very special person. Cute, ha? It would be, if he wouldn’t mean special in a very special way. 😉 Unfortunately, I am the kind of person who has difficulties with improvement. Meaning, I am not improving my skills as easily, or let’s say steadily, Read More


Back on the wall

Inbetween writing on my Bachelorthesis, researching for it and freaking out about it occasionally, I found myself back on the wall. Meaning the climbing wall in a well-known climbing gym in Vienna. When I first went into the gym yesterday I was staring up in awe. These are some huge walls there. The contrast to Read More


Hiking and Happiness

Recently, I’ve read an interesting interview with an expert about the great effects of hiking in my favourite magazine „Bergwelten“. The most interesting thing the expert said was that hiking increases the quality of relationships for 240 (!) days after reaching the summit of a mountain together – as long as you are over 50 Read More


Ready. Set. Go!

I am glad to say my time off went very well. We’ve had one of our best holidays ever – and we’ve had lots of great holidays in the past. This time we had it all: relaxation at the sea, funny boattrips, delicious food, drinks with friends and lots of biking and hiking. For me, Read More