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Sundance...
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Yes, this week has been very triste and rainy. So it’s high time for some sunshine again. Because hey, we’re still in summer and I prefer hot and sunny days over cloudy and cold ones. Who doesn’t?!

From summer into...
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...Summer! Directly back to it again. I’m quite happy about my timing and luck this time. It could have been way a lot worse. It seems as if I just missed the darker days and spent them in a sunny city instead. I love the Spanish cities and I always enjoy my time there, no matter if it is job-related or for a short holiday.

Take me to the beach...
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Finally, my favorite season of the year is on its way. It’s my personal preference because I love summer time and hanging around without thinking about taking a warm jacket with me. Next to that, I prefer this season when it comes to my job, too.

How to spend a Sunday…
Loungewear: CALIDA

I love Sunday’s. And I even love it more, when I am off and have no work to do. Well, no work doesn’t mean that I don’t do anything at all. I still need to do some paper work, picture selection or writing on new blogposts. There is almost no day without doing anything.

I’m walking on sunshine...
Outfit: Adidas Originals

…and don’t it feel good? We all know this lovely feel-good song. Even listening to it on a rainy day makes you feel happier. Now the song matches even better. March has arrived, and it feels great to catch some sun from time to time. No matter if it’s for a coffee break or after work in the evening.

Facing the sun...
Outfit: Tigha

As the old saying goes: Keep your face to the sun and you will never see the shadow. Why? Well, that’s easy, isn’t it? If you face the sun, the shadow lies behind you and not next or even in front of you. And I totally agree with that. But it’s normal to see the shadow from time to time. And it’s not a bad thing at all. I think we sometimes even need to see the shadow to grow. And otherwise we take all the good things we’ve got and receive for granted.