Lifestyle: Literaa im Wunderland aka rent24

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Die Vorfreude ist groß, denn selten war es so bunt bei uns! Heute nehmen wir euch in einen ganz tollen Space mit. Und wisst ihr was? Ihr werdet es genauso lieben wir wir, da sind wir uns sicher! Welchen Space wir zum arbeiten ausprobiert haben und warum Alice im Wunderland ständig dazwischen gefunkt hat, erfahrt ihr in diesem Artikel.

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Fiction: Spring of life – Chapter I

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I traded seagulls for ravens. On my backpack I had three days worth of clothes, and a toothbrush. On my heart I had a lifetime worth of dreams. I waited too long for this, and I wonder why… I don’t want to think that I was too long trapped in my fears, in my anxiety, such a cliché, right? I mean, being so aware of the cockroaches on my head I should have known better, shouldn’t I?

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Lifestyle: Himmel oder Hölle? – Homeoffice

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Damals dachte ich immer: Das ist mein Ziel – von Zuhause zu arbeiten. Ich habe mir vorgestellt wie ich total entspannt in meiner Wohnung sitze, in der Mittagspause (die ich sehr regelmäßig einhalten würde) würde ich genauso entspannt zum Yoga gehen, aus der ich noch entspannter wiederkommen würde. Die Sonne würde (den ganzen Tag) in das Zimmer reinscheinen und nach meiner Arbeit (die mir natürlich auch so leicht fallen würde) würde ich ein paar Runden auf meinem Balkon meditieren. (Nun habe ich alle Berliner Hipster Klischees bedient). Ja nur leider muss ich mein damaliges Ich enttäuschen. Ich meine, dass ich immer noch alle Klischees bediene hat sich nicht geändert.. Aber ein paar Sachen, die ich gelernt habe erzähle ich Euch in diesem Artikel..
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Thoughts: The Big Drop

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There I was. Hoping and hopping. Eager to get something I don’t want. Apply. Put on your mask and smile. Study your cliché list, memorize it, some jokes maybe? No, too much. Who has time to laugh? Put your head down and let them absorb you. Feel the anxiety mixed with a monochord vomiting of words. Don’t fall asleep, soldier!
Your mamma is counting on you. You are getting to old to eat at her table. Aren’t you tired of being left out?

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Lifestyle: From urban jungle to true connections

I always liked to write in nature. My best works were created in the early morning hours in the rice terraces in Philippines. Well, maybe this place is not nearly like the rice terraces but not bad either, come on! In the Café “the greens” there are at least as many plants as in the Jungle. And that’s what they promise: Coffee and plants.

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Thoughts: In the middle of nowhere – Why are we so lost?

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But who is making all the decisions at the end of the day?

“I don’t know what I want to do yet, not when, not how.” This is one of the most frequent sentences I’ve heard in Berlin when it comes to partnerships, work or life. “Maybe it’s better if we see where things go , what comes up, and then we’ll figure everything out “. It all sounds plausible, to let things happen and taking them as they come. So effortless and simple. But who is making all the decisions at the end of the day?

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Fiction: End Station

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She liked the smell of the rain especially the old upholstered seats. She also didn’t mind that the patterned leather smelled of bad food and alcohol. Meanwhile she didn’t notice the smell anymore. She liked the shaking and the feeling just before leaving. When the train arrived, she felt as if she was being carried.

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