…and the Christmas ones are the best during that time of the year. I could wear them quite often, since they are just the perfect piece to wear having temperatures below 10 degrees. Combining them with one or two additional layers and a scarf does even work for the cold winter days. And well, there are really cool pieces in all the shops. Yeah, we all know the “lovely” Christmas sweaters (mostly knitted) we always got during our childhood as “the perfect gift” for Christmas and birthdays. Unfortunately, they were not as cool and fashionable as today.
…and it’s definitely not my time, season-wise spoken. I mean, I love and appreciate living in a place where we have all four seasons but this kind of transitional season in between fall and winter is just annoying. Yes, sorry for that.
…hard to define or to over-simplify but still we get so often confronted with it. I think the expression is easier said than really though about what it is. Does it mean to only eat healthy? What is eating healthy? A nutrition which is low in fat and carbs and high in protein?
…is the place where I can retrieve and recharge my batteries after busy and stressful days or even weeks. I have been traveling a lot in the past weeks and months. And you know me, I love traveling and to experience new things, cities, cultures and meeting people all around the world to connect and work with.
…ships weren’t built to stay anchored in the harbour. This is one of the various quotes about sailing, ships or boats in general. And I totally agree. I mean when someone is calling me for a boat trip, no matter if it’s a small rowing boat, a sailing boat, a luxurious yacht or a big cruise ship, I am always keen for the idea of being on the sea. Why?