I have this weird attraction to horoscopes, where I like to read what it says and maybe even take something from there, yet I have a hard time believing in them. This inspired me to start horoscope versus reality, a little mix of astrology and journaling; let’s see if what the stars say aligns with my reality. Here’s ep. 1, April 1-12.
– progress of month no. 7 –
You might think that staying at home isn’t good for the day zero project and while it is true that some goals become temporarily not achievable, there’s more time for working on other goals. Check out my whole list of goals here; there are plenty that can be done indoors!
16. Add three songs to the 3/month-playlist every month [7/33]
I embedded the playlist above with my three songs of March. When I heard the first song for the first time, which is in Swiss German, I missed Austria a lot. Even though there’s a difference between the dialect of Vorarlberg and Swiss, it brought back many memories. Read more »
All twelve months I spent in Austria are neatly documented on here, but by now we’re seven months further in time and it feels wrong to just jump into the current reality without anything about those seven months. Besides that, this current reality of working at home and corona quarantine leaves me with enough time to do so. Keep dancing, keep safe. Read more »
STAY HOME AND DANCE.
I guess April will be a month of dreaming of the waves, dancing in the living room and enjoying the sun from the balcony. Instead of being bored and frustrated, April can be a month of trying new things, reinforcing good habits, ticking the things off the to do list that have been on there too long and living more slowly. You know, be zen like the flying pig just floating in space. Read more »
I cannot believe that this is the last part of the ESC-diary in retrospect series. Month number 12, August 2019, the last month I spent in Austria. I can honestly say that it was the best year of my life and that I think back to this adventure with nothing but love and warm feelings. I really fell in love with Vorarlberg and I cannot wait to go back there. Read more »