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Dear Diary #6

Dear Diary #6

How can I best be of service? A friend told me today that there were seemingly too many volunteers to help at HBF Berlin. I called to offer my help to translate today at a place near me that will take refugees in the upcoming days, and they basically said the same. 🙂...

Dear Diary #5

Dear Diary #5

This morning started fantastic, after doing some correspondence and Social Media work I listened to the latest episode of the Sounds True podcast: Our Evolutionary Leap - an interview with Lynne Twist. I highly recommend it. I might actually listen to it again after...

Dear Diary #4

Dear Diary #4

Women’s day for me is deeply connected with Ukraine. Growing up in West Germany I experienced it there for the first time. And enjoyed the flowers and kindnesses. Later, in Uzhhorod also the old ladies selling little bouquets of picked flowers on the streets. A way...

Dear Diary #3

Dear Diary #3

#whatsinaday 5:20 - Thinking about what to do today. Making a mental plan of my priorities. The dogs don’t sleep in the bedroom, but they sense when I’m too awake, so I have to fake sleep until I’m ready to get up 6:20 First sniffing at the door - signalling me to get...

Dear Diary #2

Dear Diary #2

#whatsinaweekend It’s Saturday and I’m having a bit of a slow morning. Everything was frozen when I took the dogs outside, but the birds are already singing at 6:30 - it’s so nice that it’s bright so much earlier now. Very magical mornings. I also wrote to three...

Dear Diary #1

Dear Diary #1

I love my new days of getting so much done! First, I plastered one end of the hallway of the house, I moved into last year. There is still so much to be done here, but it's wonderful to see things come into place bit by bit. I had already removed the old wallpaper and...

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Why starting is the most important thing.

Why starting is the most important thing.

As an eight-year-old, when I woke up in the morning, I knew exactly what the most important thing was for me to do.

My friends and I would meet outside our school building to talk about everything that had happened in the 18 hours since we last saw each other. I could not wait to …