I am back – in english

In the meantime, a few months have passed during which I have not published an article in English. I had doubts whether my blog is not only visited by friends, but also pleases foreign readers (from all over the world). Again and again I think about whether it is worthwhile to have a blog at all. All communication has been going through the pages of social media channels for a few years now. I find […]

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From Filofax to an oncology folder

The year 2020 has probably turned out a little differently for all of us than we had imagined and hoped for last New Year’s Eve. This is what happened to me when I invested time in planning and building my blog and thought about possible posts I wanted to share with you. I’m a huge fan and admirer of the planning community, Filofax creatives, Doodle artists, and collectors of stamps and washi tapes, and I […]

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A cat’s paw for Milo

In May we unfortunately had to say goodbye to our tomcat Milo. We have the luck in misfortune that we could bury him in our garden, so that he has his last resting place near us. Since the cat meant a lot to my husband and me, I wanted to make a small gravestone or memorial stone for him. In order to make something durable, I decided to use concrete and got myself a casting […]

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Organization in the spice drawer

Crime scene: Spice drawer The chaos in the spice drawer has been a thorn in my side for quite some time, although I have to admit that the whining is on a very high level. The drawer had been neatly and functionally stocked by me with all kinds of spices and herbs, but somehow it was not a uniform “beautiful” picture. I had used little jam jars for some of the herbs and for most […]

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A small ladybug in the kitchen

No, this is not a dream. Here really small ladybirds crawl along our kitchen wall or sit on the leaves of our ficus. I doubted myself for a moment, and then the season… …it’s still January, winter… at least there is still some snow in front of the house and it is unpleasantly cold. Apparently these little beetles prefer to hibernate in our kitchen than in the garden. They’re so cute, aren’t they?

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