“What i like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.”
― Karl Lagerfeld
January was all about skiing and enjoying the Swiss winter. I was the first time on the Jungfraujoch 🙂
Spring was filled with different projects and of course enjoying the flourishing nature outside. Yoga is and was the constant in the past year and I wrote a few posts:
What Yoga is and what it isn’t; How Yoga improved my health; How Yoga changed my life
In June after I finished my studies in St. Gallen and moved house, I went to Bali. For a month I travelled, did a lot of Yoga (met the inspiring Laruga Glaser) and met many beautiful souls and had just an amazing time! I ate so many smoothie bowls (the best at the Jungleroom) and a couple of times my body weight in fresh papayas and mangos ;P
Straight back from Bali I went on a beautiful summer vacation with my family in the Alsace. You’ll find so incredibly pretty villages and houses. And I shot a sustainable glasses in the botanical gardens in Zurich.
While most people were working I could fully enjoy the Swiss summer! It was a lot of solo adventure but just way so beautiful
Here is a post about Reasons to do more on your own
And I visited Valeria and Adi in their Bergesee Bungalow at Partnunsee. So incredibly inspiring this beautiful couple <3
THE BIG MOVE
Yes, in 2017 my biggest dream to live in London became true. And it was an extremely rewarding experience. You might have noticed that it was rather quiet on the blog. But nonetheless, a few are the most popular posts over the time:
Our future begins NOW – Stop plastic consumption (HERE)
Explore with open eyes and learn (HERE)
London Love and Hate – Good luck or bad luck (HERE)
Best Parks in London (HERE)
The Beginners Guide to Happiness (HERE)
Destress, Relax and Enjoy – Mohr Life Resort Lermoos (HERE)
The time before Christmas was super intense with baking, interviews and a lot of goodbyes….
I hope you enjoyed this short wrap-up. Many, many more on my INSTAGRAM
(I was debating a lot with myself to post a review post, but I thought it’s nice for my own memory too ;))
This year taught me a lot about gratitude, mindfulness and personal growth. Thank you for being part of this journey.