Inspired by the Corona, of course. Home-improvement projects do pay off when you are mostly, well, at home. Have fun with that one!
It's been an interesting month, this one. Sunny, with a lot of gardening, mandatory crafting (read: sewing of face masks), teaching Sachunterricht (don't even ask), cleaning, cooking and playing. I managed to almost sort one of the Lego boxes out, except ended up building a side table instead.
If you are also looking for ideas how to make your home cosier and/or have a lot of time on your hands, here a project for you. Have fun!
Social distancing times are great for discovering your inner crafter. Or for finding inner peace. Or for achieving neither of those, and yet having fun. And since Easter hasn't been cancelled, I am sending you an entertaining project requiring minimum resources. Enjoy!
Need a last-minute costume idea? How about a 10-minute one? Here you go, To-made at your service. Have a dashing Fasching!
After several kilos of icing sugar, I am ready to conclude this month and disappear off to the land where the Bong-tree grows. Or just to the nearest ski slope. Have fun you owl!
Ready for a last-minute project after all this shopping? Cookies? Snowflakes? Stockings? My suggestion: resist the urge. But if this is your kind of relaxation and meditation, click on some of the links. Happy Holidays!
It's almost December, so if you are still undecided if or how to decorate your home for the holidays, here's an inspiration project for you. :)
Just passing by to say hi, and hopefully to inspire you with a different kind of an autumn project. Happy crafting!
Vienna, 2019. The I-don't-know-how-many-times-in-a-row best city in the world to live in. TO lives here, but in her little bubble - family, friends, work, school, music and sport courses. And then - she decides to do the Vienna Photo Marathon. Another fun activity for people from the bubble. The ones who discuss Greta and how to go back to separating the trash the way our grandparents did. The ones who know what gender means, stand against violence and bullying and have been to a Pride parade (not necessarily in this order). Are we blind though, among all the information from everywhere around us? Do we have time to stop and see, or understand anyone out of our circle? Empathy is rated high, but it's still in the bubble. Or, for the "poor others". Only, there are no "others".
2019, one of my photos on the topic "around Karlsplatz". Because the photo marathon makes you get out of your comfort zone.
The other (more "eye-pleasing") photos available in the bubble.
Disclaimer: I have no idea if this person needs anything, or is happy and dines at fine restaurants after his day of work in the metro - and I didn't ask, either, as he was asleep. But I immediately considered him to be a "poor other". Does that make me a horrible bubble person?
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