New week, new post! This time around, I wanted to share some photos that I took during a little day trip through London some time ago. I've started this little series three weeks ago, and I hope you all like it so far - if you haven't seen the previous posts, make sure you check them out here and here!

Farm Girl - The first place on our list is for all the coffee and brunch lovers out there! Farm Girl is a really cute coffee place in Nottinghill that a friend of mine has shown me some time ago. The nearest tube station is Nottinghill Gate. From there on, it's only a short 5-minute walk. Cute location, great coffee and really nice food - what more could one ask for?

Nottinghill - And if you're already there, make sure to walk around Nottinghill for a bit. It's seriously one of the most beautiful areas in London with all its pretty, colourful houses and small, independent shops.

Victoria and Albert Museum - Actually, this was the first time that I went in myself, and I totally understand now why people are always talking about it. No matter if you're into fashion, sculptures, paintings or architecture: there's plenty to look at here!



Toxic relationships - we all know them. We all have been through one or another. And, I'm not gonna lie, most of us probably will go through more such relationship in the future.

Having a toxic relationship with somebody doesn't necessarily implement you being in an official (love) relationship with them. Sometimes it's a longtime friend of yours. Sometimes it's you dating somebody. Sometimes it's just an unnecessary person that you wrongly trusted and were stupid enough to fall for. What I'm trying to say is that you will probably go through more than one such experience - shit happens. The only thing that you do can change about it is how you react to it.

Most of the time you will try to make it work anyway. You will try to be understanding, patient and caring. You will invest yourself in the best way possible.

Most of the time it's not going to work. I'm nobody to say that it never will. And I'm nobody to say what you should or shouldn't do, but I'm a firm believer of destiny and time. If you really like somebody, you should be happy. It should be easy and happen naturally. You shouldn't be slotting around day and night, waiting for excuses that anyway don't change a thing, and adapting your plans to other people. Because seriously, do you think that they would do the same for you?
If you've had to think about this for a fraction of a second, the answer is probably no. So why should you do it?

I don't know who put this romantic idea of "love has to hurt, otherwise, it's not the real thing" into the world, (no offence) but I'm pretty sure that they were just masochistic psychopaths or just stupid idiots that couldn't think clearly. So if you really believe them, I'm no one to tell you that you're doing wrong and that you should walk away (do you, boo), but you probably are and you probably should reconsider whether this is really what you want and deserve.




Today's a bit of a different post than from what I usually blog about. As much as I love London, one can't deny that the weather could be better. Considering these last couple of weeks that were abnormally cold and snowy for this time of the year, my thoughts have been wandering off to warmer and/or other interesting places that I haven't seen yet, which inspired me to share with you 10 places I hope to visit sometime soon.

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1. Santorini

I've seen so many beautiful pictures of this little, Greek island in the Mediterranean which made me really want to visit it. The white and blue architecture on the mountain-filled island looks just as breathtaking as the clear, blue ocean, making it the perfect summer destination in my opinion.

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2. The Maldives

Do I really need to elaborate on this one? The Maldives are known as heaven on earth with their infinite, white sand beaches, the clearest ocean ever and their cute bungalows in the middle of nowhere. Personally, I find that this whole given description by itself makes the Maldives a destination to consider ( when you actually have a little bit more money to spend ).

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3. New York

The city that never sleeps. The big apple. Even though the used name for it changes each time, one thing is clear: it's a must-see for every single living soul on this planet. The architecture, the museums and the fashion there are incomparable to the rest of the world, making me want to see it in real life even more than through a screen.

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4. Norway

Another long-time dream? Doing a road trip through Norway. Nature and architecture are breathtaking from what I can tell from the numerous Instagram accounts that I follow, so I'm really excited to hopefully see it all through my own eyes at some point in my life.

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5. Milan

Having a mum that works as a buyer in Italy and never having seen Milan, one of the world's main fashion capitals - how does that make sense? It doesn't, so I really need to change that as quick as possible.

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6. South America

This one is a really generalised one, simply because South America is so full of interesting, culturally rich countries that I can impossibly pick only one. Who knows, maybe I'll get to explore the whole continent at some point - me and my backpack, wouldn't that be great?

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7. China

I guess we can all agree on the fact that China is one of a kind on this planet and that everybody who hasn't seen it with their own eyes, has definitely missed out on something. To see one of the first developed cultures of mankind and everything they have created would definitely be a dream of mine.

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8. Thailand

Quite a few of my friends were lucky enough to visit Thailand already and what they had to say made me only want to go even more: stunning beaches, breathtaking landscapes and a beautiful culture to explore. How could I not want to go there?

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9. Amsterdam

Shocker, I've never been properly to Amsterdam. I've been to Rotterdam before but would love to explore the Netherlands more, and of course, Amsterdam is on the very top of my list.

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 10. Prague

Last but not least, I would love to visit Prague at some point. My parents have been quite a few times and their pictures and stories made me really curious about the city. I'd love to make my own stories and pictures there at some point and who knows, maybe 2018 will be the year for that?

It was really tough to stick to only 10 destinations since I consider travelling one of the main purposes of life. How does this beautiful quote go again? "Life isn't meant to be lived in one place only. It's like reading only one page of the book." And I intend to read it from start to finish.
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