I once did a road trip in the US and since I have kids I always had the idea to show them Europe so they know where they live, what cultures and languages people speak and ultimately what surrounds and influences them. This is the first post in a series of many more to come and is about my initial ideas and plans of our roadtrip through Europe. Continue reading “My Road Trip Through Europe With Kids: Ideas & Planning [#01]”
EverBlock let’s you use their lego-like bricks to divide your room(s), build permanent or temporary structures or use them as decors and platforms. Continue reading “Lego Bricks For Adults – Modular System to Transform Your Living Space”
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Over the years I have accumulated so many things I hardly ever use: books (I have the Kindle) I’ll not read again, CDs I don’t listen to (I have Google Play Music), DVDs I am not watching (I have netflix), Playstation (I don’t want to spend my time playing), etc… the list could go on and on. After reading the book Stuffocation and watching videos about tiny homes on YouTube I am ready to take action and reduce all the clutter.
I usually begin my mornings with a look on my smartphone. I check for server alerts, what the weather is like, important mails I might have missed and swipe around to snooze my alarms. If the kids are already awake I make the older one a quick breakfast. While she eats I make myself coffee and listen to internet radio on my smartphone, with an occasional glimpse on the stock market, bank account and once again mails. Countless checks later I end my day by catching up with blogs and twitter I hadn’t had time to read during the day. My eye lids usually shut down while still holding my phone.