I now finally moved to Denmark, which was quite stressful, hence also the little amount of posts recently.
I came to Denmark with my friend Julia for our semester abroad and the first trip we took was to the capital Copenhagen which was an approximately two-hour drive by car.
I was lucky enough to go on a very short trip to Australia for a wedding. You might not know that I spent a year in Australia in Western Australia a couple of years ago, but I went back two weeks ago to visit my host family for the wedding and I just wanted to share a couple of impressions! I didn’t have too much time for any sightseeing or taking many pictures in general but I must say, that I love Australia’s sunsets and landscape so much! So, that’s basically all I took pictures off.
Two friends and I went to the Netherlands for a day last week, to be more specific to Kerkrade. That we went there was a random choice, because we started driving in the direction of Netherlands with the train and then looked on the map and chose the closest town to our point which we could reach with our ticket. So, this is how we chose Kerkrade of which I hadn’t heard before, but when we arrived we realized that the town had a large music festival going on! In town, there were little bands and marching bands and the whole town square was built up for people to eat/drink and have fun!
Yesterday was a pretty successful day for me as, now that I’m working at my internship full time and spend 3 hours of my day in trains, I don’t actually have more time or energy to blog, than I thought I would have, considering I don’t have to study at the moment. So, I actually couldn’t keep up with my own schedule for posting, but then something in my brain changed and I understood, that if I don’t always manage to publish two posts in a week (Tuesdays and Fridays) like I planned, it doesn’t matter. Nothing’s going to happen to me if I don’t publish a post, like it was planned! No boss will be angry at me haha. Read more!
One thing my dad told me once, is something he learned in a monastery where he took part in a seminar over three days. The theme was happiness, health, silence. One workshop they did was to write their own funeral speech. They should write about what they wanted people to say about them. For example, that someone would say, that they were a very kind person and very helpful, always happy, hard working etc. whatever they want people to say and think about them. Read more!