Malaysia will forever occupy a special part in my heart. I travelled to this country with absolutely no expectations or knowledge about the landscape and cultures - pretty ignorant of me, I know. Normally I read up on places I visit but with Malaysia, it was different. I kind of discovered the country and people … Continue reading Cameron Highlands
It's day five of my 30-day writing challenge and I am writing about my favorite topic! Solo traveling! This is a topic I'm very passionate about. Have you ever traveled alone? Like, just you and your backpack? If not, do you think you could do it? What is holding you back? In German we have … Continue reading A female solo traveler’s ten reasons you should travel alone at least once in your life.
Ah, the dear family. Normally and in the best case a support system we love and should be thankful for, but unfortunately too often taken for granted. Of course one should always cherish his relatives and show affection and appreciation, for we don't know how much time is left with them on this planet. However, … Continue reading Writing challenge, day 4: How to survive living with your family in your twenties.
Today, I am tired. This morning I wrote the TOEFL exam which took four hours. So for my 3rd entry for the 30-day writing challenge, I picked a no-brainer topic: I will put my music player on shuffle and write down the first ten songs that will pop up. I have not prepared this list … Continue reading Writing challenge, day 3: Let’s do the shuffle!
Welcome to day two of the 30-day writing challenge! Today’s topic being: five things I cannot live without. I’m sure all of us have certain items or things in our lives which we use daily or can’t imagine living without. For the purpose of this becoming just a tiny bit interesting, let’s just assume I … Continue reading Writing challenge, day 2: Five things I cannot live without.