Street Food Festival: ZÜRICH

Currently in town: the Street Food Festival! With myself being a little obsessive about food, this was an event I was not able to simply ignore. Easy said, easy done: Yesterday I jumped on my bike and rode down to Adliswil. For all those that are still intersted in going, today is your last chance! I was amazed by some of the creations I saw at this festival. Some foods are well known, others I ...

August Tunes

Music is probably one of the most important things in life to me - I just can't imagine living without it. When speaking fails and the right words just can't be found, I will always be able to find a song that speaks my story. I'm sure I'm not the only one here, right? Music has this amazing ability to change my mood instantly. Sad songs can easily pull me down. On the bright side ...

My World of Magazines

Two weekends ago I was in Hamburg and upon buying some necessities, which are cheaper in Germany than Zurich, I couldn't resist but buy a load full of magazines at the airport. I love diving into my perfect little bubble, which I call my world of magazines. I can spend ours flipping through the pages, looking at the pictures and then taking the next one. After I flipped through all of them, I start going ...

Power Breakfast & Vogue

Good morning everyone! I hope you had a fantastic week so far and a wonderful sunday to end it! Sundays are my lazy days: literally, I do nothing really other than read my magazines, play around with some photography (I really need to practice my skills), cook, sometimes bake, and read. Today I will most likely do exactly that, paired with some tanning in the sun - the weather in Zurich is great currently - ...

The NEW StylePhantom

I am finally back - and with me I took: StylePhantom! Some of you might already know my old blog. Due to not knowing whether I should continue my blog nor really liking the design of it, I went offline for quite a while. The past few months have been filled with new, exciting things though: I travelled, I took on a new job, I moved city and country and looked deeper into what I ...