Homemade Peanut Butter (and PB-filled Medjoul Dates)

Who else loves peanut butter? Actually, almost everyone I know does. So why not getting even closer in your relationship with peanut butter by making your own!? I have been asking myself this question and I really could not think of a reason for not to make my own peanut butter instead of buying it; it is cheaper to make it on my own, I can vary the amount of salt and the duration of the roasting process, and I…

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The Perfect Mother’s Day

What would YOUR perfect Mother’s Day look like? This year, it’s the second time that I am celebrating Mother’s Day and it does make me feel pretty proud. I love being a mother even though it can be a tough job sometimes. Anyway, I have been thinking about what a perfect Mother’s Day would look like for me; and doing this, I was reflecting on what I sometimes miss/what I would like to have more off, in my daily life…

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Blush Chino and Funktion Schnitt Shirt

I am so in love with Spring and the warmer weather. Chino pants are my favorite in years already and I always miss wearing them during the months of Winter. As soon as the temperatures climb above 10°C, I wear them like every other day. I have a little collection, all a couple of of years old – and still some of my most loved pieces. With this blush chino pants of mine, I decided to combine a new in…

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Amo Como Soy Review

It’s been months since my last review post! Today I am back with a review of a brand that I recently fell in love with: Amo Como Soy! Amo Como Soy is Spanish and translates to „I love myself the way I am“. How beautiful is that? That alone should be a reason to dedicate an entire review post to this small beauty label – but there are many more reasons, actually. The founder of Amo Como Soy, Schareska Antequera…

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Fashion Revolution Week 2017

Its is Fashion Revolution Week! What’s that all about? I will tell you in this post 🙂 „Much of the global fashion industry is opaque, exploitative and environmentally damaging and desperately needs revolutionary change. We love fashion, but we don’t want our clothes to come at the cost of people or our planet“ Quote from fashionrevolution.com The Fashion Revolution was created in 2013 in response to the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh (in case you do not remember: 1133 garment…

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