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Sunday, May 10, 2015

Mother's Day || Weekend Reading #6



Happy weekend everybody! After ringing in the weekend with an evening of grilling at the Neckarwiesen, I'm currently enjoying a relaxed weekend at my parents' place for Mother's Day. I'm very much looking forward to enjoying a little break, cooking in a proper kitchen and (maybe) catching up on photo editing before the hustle starts again on Monday, but until then I have got some great links to share with you again, because I have come across a lot of gems lately that I wouldn't want to keep from you!




There are a lot of places in South America that I am dying to visit some time soon and this post on 15 Amazing South American Adventures on The Mochilera Diaries has definitely wetted my appetite even more!

Tania from Joy Felicity Jane wrote such a wonderful post on feeling at ease with yourself and your place in the world: A couple of months ago, I felt very lost and unsure of where my life was supposed to be going and now that the pieces have slowly started to fall into place, I feel like I can connect to her words so well!

It seems like everyone is traveling to Japan these days and looking at the beautiful pictures (& helpful advice!) from Take Courage makes me want to take a flight to Tokyo as well!

I have been really getting into podcasts lately and I especially loved this episode of The Lively Show where Caroline Rector, the blogger behind the fashion blog Un-Fancy, explained why she is taking a six-month break from blogging.

It's no secret that the UK is one of my favorite places in the world and Freya's post on great places to visit in Lancashire really makes me want to hop across the channel again!

Even though I am half-chinese, I barely speak any Chinese at all and since I have only ever travelled around China with Chinese-speaking family, I definitely understand that traveling to this country without knowing the language can seem pretty daunting. But thankfully Richelle has some great tips that make it so much more feasible!

If you have come across any interesting posts yourself lately or written something that you're particularly proud of, I would love for you to leave your suggestions in the comments!

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