Not too long ago, I was waiting at the bus stop after having visited a friend in the evening. As I was standing underneath the roof of the bus stop, I became aware of music, playing very quietly. Looking back, I think it might have been part of a project to make people feel more … More We all have hairy legs
While classical music has been a rather large part of my cultural education, it hasn’t played an important role in my adult life. I do like to listen to it playing in the background while I study, read a book, or do one of my other very wild favorite occupations. But after all this time, … More Classical Explorations
The term ‘hidden cultures’ might make you think of various religions and nationalistic customs. That’s not what I would like to talk about, however. I’d like to make an observation about hidden worlds which are often linked to a profession or hobby. Lately, I’ve been discovering a few societies which were previously unknown to me. … More Hidden Cultures
In my daily life, I travel a lot by bike and by means of public transportation. Most of the time, travelling like this goes very smoothly – only lately, it seems like there are a few complications adding up simultaneously. For one, as another year is coming to an end, the days are continuing to … More Winter Chaos
When I think about pleasant ways to pass my free time, running definitely doesn’t come to mind. I just don’t get why anyone would ever want to run. Sure, when I need to catch a train, I’m willing to do it once in a while. But other than that? Even when looked at as a … More Running As a Metaphor
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that every article written on Pride and Prejudice starts in the same way. Being a huge fan of the book myself, I have looked forward to sharing some of my views on the story for quite a while. Perhaps contrary to expectations, this will not be an article concentrating … More The Wide-Stretched Realms of Pride and Prejudice
The last members to introduce themselves are Anna, Elise and Sophie!