Clickbait? Vielleicht ein bisschen. Dies ist die Geschichte, wie eine Schwedische Netflix Serie der Auslöser für eine lebensverändernde Entscheidung war.
Eines weiß ich gewiss: Ohne Kapitalismus hätte ich heute Morgen keinen Avocado Toast gegessen oder Orangensaft getrunken. Warum würde irgendwer einfach so Avocados und Orangen durch die Welt schippern und dann verschenken?
Fühlst du, wie angespannt deine Schultern sind? Die meisten Menschen gehen durchs Leben, als wären sie ständig unter Strom. Sie halten fest am Stress, am Unglück oder dem Trauma, den sie erlebt haben. So blockieren sie alle Chancen auf Heilung und verlieren mit der Zeit die Lebensfreude oder entwickeln gar zusätzliche Krankheiten.
Schon seit mehreren Jahren kaufe ich fast ausschließlich gebrauchte Kleidung. Vielen stehen bei diesem Satz wahrscheinlich die Haare zu Berge. Sie stellen sich modrig-riechende, dunkle, kleine Geschäfte voll armer Menschen vor. Wieviel ist wirklich dran und welche Vorurteile gegenüber secondhand-Shopping trägst du mit dir herum?
If you are like me, you enjoy spending time alone. Some days I don't wanna to talk to nobody and just be by myself. It doesn't mean I am sad or that I don't like you.
The structures we have built for ourselves as a society make it easy to forget where we come from. When was the last time you spent some time outside, in nature? It might be more important than you think.
Capitalism rules our current world. We consume things daily. May it be a 400$ meal at a fancy restaurant or a 4$ microwave meal from the supermarket. Capitalism is hard to escape.
Do you want to change your life for the better? Everyone knows that this can be quite hard. Sometimes you feel stuck, unmotivated or as if your efforts take you nowhere. Let me show you one exercise that might change your life forever. If you want to change your life, you first have to look at the one you are already living right now.
What is really real? What do you choose, the red or the blue pill? Are you ready to see how deep the rabbit hole goes?
Often times we think we need our work to be perfect to matter. Many people that have something valueable to contribute to this world hold back because they think they are not good enough. How often has this happened to you?
Some children already know exactly what they want to be when they grow up. As teenagers they choose the right schools and then love their career path as adults. For most people unfortunately that's not the case. Picking and sticking to one career can be hard.
For your own sanity, you have to distance yourself from people that have a negative impact on you. That's pretty obvious. It can still be very hard to recognize those toxic people in the first place. It's even harder when those people are your own family.
The internet is an unique tool that can be used to create amazing things, projects, build skills and knowledge and to connect with people from all over the world. But...
My 3 favourite books to create a better life for yourself that are definitely a must-read. Do you already know any of these?
Manipulation works best when you don't know you are being manipulated. Where do you think your opinions come from?
Why are there millionaires in this world that are depressed? How come that people who live in extreme poverty can still be happy every day? It all comes down to one thing. Let's discuss it.
I wonder, in a world like ours, is empathy a cure or a curse? Is it a strength or a weakness?
Have you ever heard of the simulation theory? It's one of my favourite topics to talk about whenever I'm having a deeper conversation with someone about life and the universe. Let me tell you a bit more about it.
Not many people know that I actually suffered from an eating disorder for many years. I hid it very well, never talked about it and most of the time even lied to myself about how serious it all was. Let me share my story with you and how I overcame and healed the eating disorder that was part of my life for so long.
I asked myself: How is social media influencing the way I see the world? Would I be happier without it?