The interview.

So, yours truly had a job interview yesterday. I finished University maybe 2 months ago and, call me crazy but I already miss studying. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t miss exams at freaking all but I miss being taught something and writing down on paper with a pen and a purpose. But yeah, that’s how the cookie crumbles I guess. Anyways, here is what I wore yesterday.

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#ITDR: New Yorker.

Yesterday, I went shopping with 3 of my 6 sisters because one of them needed new shoes. After strolling around looking for some shoes for her, we entered some clothing shops too. Mind you, the choice of clothing shops in Luxembourg is quite limited, harsh but true.  In New Yorker, I decided to try some things on and take some pictures in the Dressing room. Let’s have a look…

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Music Monday: 10 songs I currently have on repeat.

So, for today I thought I’d share with you a list of 10 songs I currently have on repeat. Well, repeat is maybe too strong a word for some but at least I don’t feel like pressing the skip button. I hope you enjoy what you find in this list and maybe even discover your new favorite song!

Let me know in the comments: what is one song you can always turn to and always listen to no matter what mood you’re in or what is currently happening?

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Reflexiones después de un tiempo comiéndome el mundo / Thoughts after some time conquering the world

It’s short but insightful! Thank you for calling me brave 😉
I am usually the person that stays behind and watches the people I grew close to leave for new adventures that won’t include me. Saying goodbye is never a pleasant feeling; saying goodbye and having to stay in this new reality that won’t include those particular people is even worse. There is always this “well-meant thought” that is meant to console you:

“You will meet new people!”

But if you grew close to someone it’s hard to just replace them with someone new.
As a student from Luxembourg in Luxembourg, I tend to drift towards the Exchange students (no matter if Erasmus, Global Exchange or even Researchers). I am interested in their stories and lives from all those countries abroad that I haven’t visited yet or have visited but for too short to actually get to know anything about the locals, also I believe that people outside of Luxembourg are more open and chummy than the cold souls of my motherland! The downside is of course that all those people make it to this tiny territory for a limited amount of time only, usually 6 months. I get to know them, build friendships and most of the time I’m also the first and only Luxembourger that they have any sort of contact with that is deeper than a quick “Hello!” while walking past. I take it upon myself to show people a better image of the Luxembourgish folk than they tend to be. I know them, they are my people and therefore I am completely in the know of how they react to strangers and/or foreigners.
Lastly, I agree with you that both “sides” have their issues. The traveler is a lonely soul that has to adapt fast to its environment, while the stay-behind has to cope with the environment that they are familiar with. Both are an addition to each other’s lives: the traveler brings something new and fresh to the stay-behind’s life, and to the traveler the stay-behind represents some sort of shelter from the loneliness. At the same time, they envy each other’s lifestyles: one wants to experience the feeling of not being bound and seeing new places that hold new adventures, the other yearns for a stable home and to settle down. But both also know that they would not necessarily be able to go through with the other’s lifestyle for too long.

However, giving it at least a try is the best shot they both got.

Stranger Things’ Eleven – a peculiar girl on our TV screens.


A friend of mine plans to open her own Online Magazine catered to women in their twenties. She kindly asked me if I liked to participate by contributing content/articles and since I haven’t written something in a very long time and it starts to tingle in my fingers; I decided I would come up with something. So here is my article as I wrote it without any control or editing from the Editor in Chief. Once the Online Magazine is out, I will link you to it.

Let me know in the comments if you watched the Series and what you think of Eleven? (Or if you haven’t watched it yet, and looked at this post anyways, do you plan on doing so?

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