Last month I came across an awesome blog post idea everyone can take part in. It’s called 12 of 12 and it was originally created by Draußen nur Kännchen. You basically take 12 pictures at every 12. of the month to document your day. This month I really want to participate!
I think by now everybody knows what minimialism is. You have no idea? Where have you been? Minimalists basically try to live with the least belongings as possible. But is minimalism out? Was it ever really in or just practised by a small group of people? What is next?
–THE FEAR OF MISSING OUT–
Didn’t we all exerience the peer pressure in school or university?
“What?!! You are not going to the party on Friday? You are missing out!”
If someone would give you the exact amount of money you earn in your current job, would you still work (and get double the salary) or quit your job (and still get one salary)?
I was never to type of person who sets new years resolutions. I want more short-term goals. Therefore, I will continue with my monthly recaps!
Happy new year everybody!
How was your 2017 so far? Have you already misspelled the year?
I was missing in action lately. My deadline for the programming project was 31.12. at midnight (I mentioned this stupid project in some of my monthly recaps. Nothing is more motivating than a deadline…)
Now that Christmas is over, my conclusion is that I like the advent season more than Christmas itself. I could lie and tell you how relaxing and unwinding Christmas was but that is not the truth.
To begin with, I know that internships are for learning purpose and not to earn money. I understand that some trainees can be a burden to the company and don’t take their work seriously. My last internship during my bachelor’s degree wasn’t even payed at all. I was ok with it because I had no big additional expenses and I was just so happy to be able to work at that place.
“I still get enormous pleasure and a sense of fulfillment out of writing a book that I’m proud of. I see myself as a bit like a jewel-maker who can sit back and admire his work.” Wilbur Smith