Welcome to Hamburg, café Kropkå! If I had to name my current favourite place for coffee, breakfast and cake, it would definitely be Kropkå which has opened in May on Eppendorfer Weg. Read all about the new place below, and make sure to stop by and say hi to Katrin and her lovely team!
It’s already an entire week ago that I visited the WWF food truck station in Mainz to spend a day with the WWF team and learn about sustainable food. It was an honestly inspiring day, and I am happy to share some impressions with you today.
A few weeks ago I got to know Jérôme and Isa from the art collection Hartmud, who creates beautiful handmade ceramics in their Frankfurt-based studio. I am introducing you to some of their items on the blog today, and am also talking about granola – certainly one of the best things out there, besides avocado and poached eggs, of course!
Since last week Friday my book “Happily Healthy“ is available in the stores (in Germany), and I used the occasion to organise a little book launch event in Hamburg. We filmed a video during the event, and I have a few photos to show you, too. Have a look below!
A few weeks ago in London I was interviewed by Pretty Little London for an interview about my (mainly) foodie life in London. Read the full interview on Pretty Little London’s blog!
I’m a South London girl, however, due to the lack of underground lines in this part of town, I happen to not be in the South west very often. Thankfully I have friends though who are as much into food and coffee as I am, so I got to explore the lovely area of Balham last week and had delicious Moroccan food at Tagine Balham.
When it comes to traveling through Great Britain, undoubtedly I have many, many places to tick off my list still. Apart from a visit to Edinburgh, another one to Hay-on-Wye (in Wales) and the obvious train ride south to Brighton, I haven’t seen any parts of the UK so far. That is, until last weekend, when I was invited to a spa weekend in Shrewsbury with Mercure Hotels UK. Oh, how lovely it was!
As most people are aware of, being a student has its benefits. Sleeping in on a Monday morning, meeting friends for coffee on a Tuesday afternoon, or visiting a yoga class at 11am on a Wednesday – you know what I mean. However, I tend to jam-pack every day with as many to dos and tasks as I can, and have only just recently started to remember myself that I won’t be a student forever. So, I told myself that I should, whenever I can, enjoy my free time to the fullest! It’s summer in London, and I want to explore the city in the sunshine as often as I can. One of the first stops on my route is Camden – not my most favourite neighborhood if I am being very honest, yet there are some places worth a visit!