I, as an adult, am now very much aware that Disney movies are by no means unproblematic afternoon entertainment for the kiddos (or the grownups) that you can just turn on for them and that’s that. Disney and Disney’s storytelling is sometimes very problematic and I believe that should be reflected on when watching these movies. To learn from it.
Did you ever feel like you have watched everything that is on YouTube, are not in the mood for the 27th re-run of your TV show on Netflix and don’t have quite enough time to sit down with a book? I recently discovered that in this scenario podcasts are a really good alternative. Continue reading “What I am listening to – three podcasts from my most recent playlist”
On the last weekend of February, we ventured out to Birmingham to visit the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show in the NEC. Having great fun with backpacking, camping and glamping already, we have been toying with the idea of a home on wheels for quite a while now. So we booked ourselves tickets to the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show. It was the first time for us to go to a motorhome expo and so we got quite excited to see some of the vehicles up close to get a feel for layouts and sizes. Continue reading “Caravan Camping and Motorhome Show Birmingham NEC 2019”
Disneybounding in World Disney World Florida.
After about 8 months of build-up and preparations (see here), it was finally here – the time to go to Disney and with it the time to experience what it is like to participate in Disneybounding in an actual Disney Park.
In this article, I describe what Disneybounding was like, not what Disney was like in general – if you are interested in that, have a look at the respective post that is coming soon. Continue reading “Disneybounding Part III”
Inspiration is an odd thing. Just like motivation, it is powerful when it’s there but it is also fragile and fleeting. Whilst I generally believe that we should never rely on inspiration to get us closer to our goals – as habit, strategy and planning will get us much further much faster – it is certainly nice to have a little extra spark. So I went to seek out that inspiration boost. And failed. Continue reading “How not to be inspired and something about chocolate”
We all feel down sometimes. Stuff happens. Sometimes life throws you a curve ball. We feel all the feels, sometimes for a reason and sometimes for no good reason at all. Moments like that, as random as they are, have the potential to carry some pretty interesting realisations. My life’s latest curveball had me re-thinking one of the most basic realisations in life – time is limited. Continue reading “Honouring Life – The realization that everybody’s time is limited”
I cannot believe that everybody is talking about how 2018 is coming to a close, how it is only a matter of days until my Christmas decorations will come out and that it is almost time to set intentions for 2019. But that time tends to fly is nothing new or surprising, so let’s make the last two months of 2018 as amazing as we can – maybe with a good read! Continue reading “2018 Year of Books – Part Two: The books I’d like to read before the year ends”
Not much time left in 2018 now!
So it isn’t a surprise that as of late more and more blogs and vlogs appear with lists about the things that we could still do with the rest of 2018 to make it amazing. This one is about books. Continue reading “2018 Year of Books – Part One: All the books I’ve read so far”
– September to October 2018. Is it all in the journey or the destination? Of plans that develop a life of their own. –
We’re in October, autumn, pumpkin season, month two of project Wantrepreneur to Entrepreneur!
Had I originally ambitiously announced to reflect on my learnings about growing my business weekly, I have now reviewed the practicality of the idea and decided to do it monthly instead. This will give me more to talk about in each instalment and is also a better ratio of reflecting about development to doing something about development. It also made me think about exactly how and why we plan. Continue reading “Wantrepreneur to Entrepreneur: What I have learned this month”