Ending my last post with a little joke on not knowing how to write recipe posts, I did not expect the next one to actually be a recipe. But due to bad time management, underestimating work and wanting to get something out there, I decided to bless you all with this autumn spice cake instead…
Since I restarted blogging, I more often than not realised that I’m struggling with writing and getting words out, which is pretty unfortunate. I put off blogposts again and again because I didn’t know how to start or what to write in general, which lead to pauses that weren’ t planned. And to kick that…
To kick off the ton of autumnal recipes I’ve got planned, I chose something simple and everyone’s favourite during the colder season: soup. This autumn minestrone is packed with all sorts of veggies to get you ready for all the freezing days ahead of us.
On the second day of our road trip at the end of august we did not only go to the Sylvensteinstausee but also to two gorges near the austrian-german border. In this post I wanna talk about those two: the Partnachklamm and the Leutascher Geisterklamm.
Another month came to an end, autumn is officially here and a new monthly playlist was made. It’s a bit shorter than last month’s, but full of songs I absolutely loved these last 30 days.
With the new season laying ahead of us, and it conveniently being my favourite season fashion wise, I thought, it would be a good opportunity to bring some new pieces into my wardrobe and change things up a bit.
In the last few months I had a lot of time. Also, a few months ago I got a Netflix account. You can probably guess in what that resulted. So, here’s a little list with some series I recently watched or am currently watching.
A few weeks ago I decided that the time for new reading material has come. Only thirty bucks and a week later, more than twenty books found their new home on my shelves. A couple of days ago I finally finished the first one: 20 000 leagues under the sea.
At the end of August I went away for a little road trip for a week to try to see as many lakes as possible. Today I’m showing you the first five of them with loads of pictures and all kinds of information. This post is about the Königssee, Obersee, Hintersee, Achensee and the Sylvensteinspeicher.