This chocolate mousse is fluffy, creamy and very chocolaty. What makes it even better: It is vegan, soy and glutenfree. There are no animal products needed, mostly thanks to Aquafaba. Aquafaba is not some fancy vegan replacement product, it’s just the liquid in a can of chickpeas. Check out how easy it is to make this vegan chocolate mousse!
I had my first proper yoga lesson in Bali in 2016. Since then I’ve attended many different classes around the world and practiced yoga at home. During the past few years I’ve found a few poses that help me to center and connect with myself. To be present in the moment without any interruptions from everdays’ hectic life or a busy brain. Namaste.
After I came back from London I had to quarantine for ten days, as Germany declared the UK as risk country. So I came up with the idea of writing about things you should NOT do during quarantine. And if you read til the end, I’ll tell you how I spent my quarantine.
Christmas is around the corner. If you’re still worrying about what to get for your loved ones, you should have a look at this blogpost. I show you four eco-friendly and useful Christmas gift ideas. And in case it’s already too late for Christmas: They’re also great for other seasons or occasions.
Is it still possible to travel to the UK from Germany? Do I need to make a Corona test? What are the entry restrictions? Do I have to quarantine? Is there a lockdown? Are restaurants, pubs and museums open? Many questions and it’s not always easy to find an answer these days as regulations change pretty often. In this article I’ll tell you more about the current situation (December 2020) in the UK and what to expect when you decide to come here.
As probably many of us, I’m eagerly waiting to leave the country and start backpacking again. Deep inside I know though, that it might take quite a while til the world becomes “normal” again (which makes me wonder if the way we lived can even be described as “normal”, but that’s another story). However, there’s nothing wrong with dreaming and preparing yourself for your next trip. That’s why I want to tell you how to find the right hostel.
I love food. And I especially love healthy & nutritious food that doesn’t include animal products. One example: The so called “vegan power bowl”. I know, a very ingenious name. What’s more important though is, that it is very easy to make and it gives you both vitamins and proteins. So, here’s the recipe.
Have you ever travelled to (Southeast)-Asia? And have you ever experienced benefits of a so called “bum-gun”? If yes, this article is perfect for you. If no, this article might change your life. Unfortunately, in many Western countries we don’t even know about this wonderful thing called bum-gun. I discovered and tried a great alternative I want to tell you more about: HappyPo.
When I explored new cities I used to make a “To see-List”. The downside: Instead of having some relaxing days, I rather ended up doing a stressful hunt for sights. Ticking them off didn’t give me any pleasure so I changed my routine – and found three things I do each time I visit a new (or old) city. I may not see every sight and hotspot, but I do get different perspectives and have a much more enjoyable stay.
I love traveling alone. One main reason is that I meet people from all over the world – I get to hear their stories, learn about their culture, broaden my horizon and make new connections (some of them last for years). In most of the cases I didn’t just bump into my new traveller friends on the street. Therefore, to make it easier for you, I want to share five ways to meet people while traveling alone. And if they don’t work, I have valuable extra advice…