City guide - Munich

As some of you probably noticed, I spent the last weekend in the Bavarian capital: Munich. When I want to visit a city or go on holidays, I usually don't have the time to visit every point of interest or all of the recommended restaurants. So I have to select the most important things for me and that's not always easy. 
I prepared a Top 10 list with my favorites out of the categories where to go, what to eat, where to shop, where to sleep, what to do etc.


Burgers 'n' Fries

Healthy fast food? Is this even possible? Hell yeah! Forget McDonalds, Burger King and Co, you can do it better!! Living a healthy lifestyle must not always mean to resign the 'really good stuff'. And let's be honest... there are not many people out there who don't like the taste of freshly baked fries. I've created my own clean version of this typical american dish and I can tell you it's way better than any other junk food from the typical fast food chains. On this picture there are only the patties, but you can easily buy some whole grain burger bread and make real burgers.


Wild Wild West

Although winter is coming to an end, it's still very cold here in Vienna. Therefore it's unfortunately not the right time yet for spring dresses and airy jackets. Thick wool jumpers would be rather appropriate instead. However, I'm kind of fed up with the typical winter look by now and I was in search of a rather extraordniary style. Sought and found. This layer look is perfect for winter and at the same time reminds a little bit on the wild West. The key pieces of this outfit, the Poncho and the Turtleneck-Shirt, are both from EDITED found on aboutyou.at.


Why people are more likely to buy designer handbags than chia seeds

© @wayofgray

"Your body will be around a lot longer than that expensive handbag. Invest in yourself."

Who knows this saying and also knows what it means? For me, this is one of my life mottos. I have to say that I'm not the type of a girl who shops without thinking and just buys everything she likes. I really study the pros and cons at almost every clothes purchase. Why? Because I know, if I buy inconsiderately, there will not be much money left for the really important things like food. And I spend A LOT on food. Not because I'm a glutton, but rather because it is important for me to buy high-quality, biological and healthy food, which is often (not always) a little bit more expensive than e.g. a run-of-the-mill bread. I'm often confronted with people asking me: "Why do you spend your money on whole grain bread, which costs almost twice as much as 'normal' bread? It tastes the same.“ First of all, it doesn't taste the same. If you've ever tried a good whole grain bread in comparison to normal bread from the supermarket, you can't tell me that there is no difference in taste. 

However, what I’m trying to say is, we're often not able to realize what our real needs and wants are.