This week, I drove to Art Basel with my mum. It was a spontaneous decision we took last week, and since it was such a last-minute trip, we drove there from Fitou, France. It took us about 9 hours there and even more hours back, so we had a lot of time to talk about…
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I stayed in the hospital for 9 more days after my brain surgery. Some doctor almost threw me out exactly a week after my brain surgery, but my body said no and I was given 2 more days. In average, they say it is between one week to 10 days, which does not seem like...
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There are many people, experiences and events around us who shapes us into who we are, and what we will become. Important for me has been both my lovely parents, my sisters and relatives. I love you all for who you are and for everything we’ve shared together. You’re all part of what makes me. … Continue reading What made me who I am today?
Since 11 years I’m living in France. Since November 2015 France has a so called state of emergency (état d’urgence). On 13 November 2015, …, due to expire after four extensions in 2017. As of 23 July 2016, almost 3,600 houses had been raided under the state of emergency, leading to more than 400 arrests, the seizure of …
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I’ve recently had a few friends interested in why I mostly eat plants, and how and where one would start a similar journey. First of all, everyone’s journey is different and therefore it’s impossible to give a definitive guide on how to go about such an adventure. That said, I thought I’d share some (hopefully) … Continue reading What’s a plant-based lifestyle? And where do you start?
… Sonne … … Regen … … Wind … … blauer Himmel … … arbeiten auf einem Dach … … lecker Salat aus dem Garten essen (Erdbeeren gibt es auch, aber die mag Christine) … … schwitzen … … müde sein … … im Baumarkt schwere Dinge kaufen … … fassungslos diese letzten Tage vor …
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As I wrote while getting back into racing, fitness is lost a lot quicker than it’s gained. And as much as I love exploring a city by running that’s unfortunately not enough when trying to maintain a competitive level of fitness. So what can you do while travelling for work or conferences? Here are a … Continue reading Tips for not losing fitness while travelling
It’s time for another post about my brain surgery I had last September. Last time I wrote about how I prepared leading up to the surgery. This one is about the eve of the surgery and the morning before. I’ll try to keep it light, yet informative. The surgery was scheduled for a Tuesday morning …
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I love experiencing countries, cities and other places on our lovely planet. There’s so much to see and experience, and often too little time for it all. And if you’re travelling because of work then there’s usually even less of that precious time. I love riding my bike, but running is a lot more convenient … Continue reading Exploring a city, by running
I consider myself a very organised person. Since I don’t work an office job, I plan my week and days, I have lists and I enjoy ticking off an item done. I have not been feeling very productive these past days. This one always says you don’t have to be productive all the time, which …
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