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  • January: Sarah Wilson - This One Wild and Precious Life
  • Sarah Wilson - First, We Make the Beast Beautiful
  • Benita Cantieni - Tiger Feeling
  • Benita Cantieni - Faceforming


Currently reading

  • Katherine Arden - The Bear and the Nightingale
  • Deepak Chopra - MetaHuman
  • Laura Day - Praktische Intuition
  • Joanne K. Rowling - Harry Potter et la coupe de feu
  • Gabrielle Bernstein - Judgement Detox
  • Jill Heinerth - Into the Planet: My Life as a Cave Diver
  • Dr Pippa Grange - Fear Less
  • Charles Dickens - Great Expectations
  • Susan L. Aberth - Leonora Carrington: Surrealism, Alchemy and Art
  • Franz Erhard Walther - Sternenstaub
  • Angela Carter - Wayward Girls and Wicked Women: An Anthology of Subversive Stories
  • Elfriede Jelinek - Die Klavierspielerin
jan 1 2021 ∞
jan 23 2021 +
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  • vagus nerve stimulation
  • nasal douching with salt water
  • manifestation, creation meditation
  • cold showers
  • nasal breathing, resonance frequency breathing
  • self-compassion
  • I can have it - in 10 minutes
  • start where you are because that is where you need to be
  • habit stacking (attach it to an anchor - an already established habit) / habit bundling
  • loving kindness meditation / mindfulness meditation
  • beauty: Gua Shua, flossing and brushing teeth, face and hair mask before every shower, moisturizing after a shower
dec 13 2020 ∞
jan 5 2021 +
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“Every recipe, whether we cook it or not, offers a vision of the good life, and a way of tasting food in your brain. It doesn't need to actually have been eaten in its time to feel real to us now." - Bee Wilson


sep 5 2012 ∞
jan 23 2021 +
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  • Yellow turmeric stains. On kitchenware, the countertop, my skin. Everywhere. Nasty.
  • People. People are SO annoying. On public transport: talking loudly. Touching me. Talking on the phone! Talking to me. Someone with restless legs syndrome in my field of vision.
  • Flashlight-style phone alarms. Phone alarms/sounds in general. Just put it on silent for God's sake. I really don't need to hear you playing Candy Crush.
  • Not cleaning after your dog. Or actually doing it but throwing the poo bag on the ground instead of the garbage can. WHY?
  • Littering in general.
  • People not wearing their face masks (properly).
  • Loud breathers.
  • The smell of clementine peel.
  • Not being able to pluck an eyebrow hair b...
dec 5 2020 ∞
jan 15 2021 +
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  • January: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #1 (2018)
  • Your Name. (2016)
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #2 (2019)


  • Fargo #4 (2020)
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #3 (2020)
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #4 (2020)
jan 1 2021 ∞
jan 23 2021 +
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I'm not even sure it's wise to set goals for the coming year because I don't know what will be possible. However, in this spirit I will phrase my first intention:

  • Find a new goal. A new direction. I feel awfully stuck and stagnant at the moment and while sitting with this feeling surely is a lesson I have to learn I am longing for movement and progress. What do I really want in life?
  • I'm going to try a habit forming technique. I chose three areas I want to improve and I'm going to dedicate 5 minutes to each of them every day. Meditation (mind), strength training (body) and drawing (creativity). Don't break the chain!
  • Find people I vibe with. I've been so disappointed by many of my friends. By their limited world-view, by their lack of drive, openness, understanding, sense of adventure. I really need a new tribe.
dec 28 2020 ∞
jan 5 2021 +
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  • Hays Code
  • Hilma af Klimt
  • Leonora Carrington
  • symbolism and surrealism
  • Magic realism
  • Ashtanga and Kundalini yoga
  • Reiki
  • Psychosomatic medicine
  • cancel culture
  • Michael Armitage
  • pencil bouquet (You've Got Mail)
  • Slawomir Elsner
  • Maurice Ravel - L'Enfant et les Sortilèges
  • Naomi Klein "Take back power" (New Statesman)
  • lunar astrology
  • Miss Christine / Frank Zappa's Hot Rats
  • schizophrenia, loss of motivation, dysregulation of dopamine system
  • Churchill's garden
oct 24 2020 ∞
dec 5 2020 +
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  • touch: get a massage, manicure or a haircut
  • written word: read motivating books, go to the library or browse through the shelves with free books around the city
  • water: go swimming, take a bath
  • movement: yoga class, foam roller, stretching
  • nature: go for a walk in the woods, look at a large body of water / buy new plants for the balcony, take care of them
  • creativity: draw, knit, work with wood or clay, write
  • order: sorting/tidying/cleaning, write to-do-lists to clear the mind and get rid of bad thoughts, make plans, act on them
  • support: talk to a good friend or, you know, mum
  • nourishment: cook a nice healthy meal, maybe try out a new recipe
  • sound: watch ASMR videos, listen to mantras or singing bowls
  • warmth: have tea or matcha latte, get a hot water bottle, take a bath, wear warm and comf...
jul 30 2018 ∞
sep 4 2020 +
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  • a New Yorker subscription
  • an e-bike / a shop in Munich
  • a telescope
  • a new bed
  • a new computer / laptop
  • new running shoes
  • crystals: a black tourmaline and a citrine wand / a crystal singing bowl
  • constellation quilt DIY / embroidery triangle
  • The Tarot of Leonora Carrington
  • perfume: AESOP perfume (Hwyl sounds interesting), Byredo Mojave Ghost or Super Cedar, Ecsentric Molecules No. 1
  • Wandler bag (mytheresa)
  • a nipple piercing (Medusa piercing)
  • Perifit
  • Prismacolor coloured pencils (col-erase)
  • clothing in royal blue
  • (expensive) art objects for the everyday
  • cotton yarn (for macramee) and leather string (for monkey fist knots), paper or st...
aug 31 2012 ∞
jan 4 2021 +
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Creating art is about growing the world and increasing its reach, and it has more to do with the act of creation itself than what is actually made. Anything that animates us creatively in a positive way — be it the grand design of a great architectural wonder or the Big Bang of a child’s drawing — is a re-enactment of the original creation story. Whether we realise it or not, making art is a religious encounter as it is our attempts to grow beyond ourselves that energise the soul of the universe. (Nick Cave on shitty art)

  • Seeing the old library guy having dinner table with his wife. They even lit a candle. How celebratory.
  • Writing a birthday message for Frank about my new beginnings and first days of the year.
  • Making my nails look as if I had dipped my fingertips into a jar of silver glitter...
jan 1 2021 ∞
jan 23 2021 +
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  • Residenztheater (Frank, Alle gegen einen)
  • Kammerspiele
  • Haus der Kunst (Alexandra)
  • Villa Stuck (Flo)
  • Stadtmuseum
  • Gärtnerplatztheater
  • Staatsoper Marina Abramovich
  • draw in a museum (Glyptothek)
  • Medical Art and More
  • Munich Readery
  • request my spiritual name
  • Roller Derby
  • Garuda
  • theatre (Medea?)
  • Hippie Chay
  • Kommbar
  • get a lash lifting
  • Madam Chutney
  • Fink's Knödelstube
  • finish hot water bottle cozy
nov 17 2019 ∞
nov 18 2020 +
  • the Hampstead Heath Ladies' Pond
  • Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own
  • motorcycles and chainsaws
  • the year of lush roses and nasty ants
  • greek mythology: Demeter and Persephone (Baubo/vulva presentations, the Croatian on the subway telling stories about his daughter and Greek wife, Carmen Rohrbach mentioning the myth in connection with Sicily, Demeter's home country)
  • the number 22
  • the urge to write a book and buy a house
  • Miss Havisham from Charles Dickens' Great Expectations
may 19 2019 ∞
dec 13 2020 +
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  • Shibori
  • learn Spanish (conversational level; trips to Barcelona and Mexico)
  • French (finish reading Harry Potter and work with the grammar books)
  • book a language course
  • screenprinting
  • metalsmithing
  • a better swimming technique
  • 100 ASL signs
  • Russian (brush up my grammar and vocabulary)
  • sailing license
  • paint on sage green cardboard in royal blue ink, glue it on muted rose-coloured paper
  • Bali hands project: paint or sculpt hands (wood, print, clay, limestone, papier maché, linocut)
  • join the sofa singers
jan 2 2018 ∞
jan 3 2021 +
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  • 2005: London (alone, staying with a host family for three weeks and meeting Ann-Katrin and Friedericke)
  • 2006: Paris (graduation trip)
  • 2007: Paris (Friedericke)
  • 2010: London (Tamara)
  • Stockholm (Lexi)
  • Paris (university)
  • Côte d'Azur (Lena, Lexi and Amélie)
  • Venice (Bert)
  • 2011: Barcelona (Lexi)
  • Prague (Lena, Michi and Christian)
  • Venice (university)
  • Hungary (university)
  • Vienna / Balaton (Lena)
  • Côte d'Azur (Lena, Lexi, Tobi, Michi, Yanic, Christian)
  • 2012: Budapest (Lexi, Yanic, Michi)
  • Amsterdam (Lexi)
  • 2013: Antibes / Côte d'Azur (Lexi, Yanic, Michi)
aug 26 2015 ∞
aug 4 2020 +
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  • Germany: a fucklot of cities and villages in Bavaria (where I grew up); Berlin; Baden-Württemberg: Neufra/Rottweil, Villingen-Schwenningen, Schramberg, Tuttlingen, Zimmern, Friedrichshafen, Jena
  • Austria: Vienna, Riegersburg, St. Pölten, Linz, Salzburg, the area next to the German border (Schärding, Esternberg, Schardenberg / Bregenz), Attersee, Traunsee
  • France: Strasbourg, Paris, Agde, Montpellier, Grasse, Cannes, Fréjus, Grenoble, Marseille, Castellane, Nice, Sainte Maxime, Saint Tropez, Les Issambres / San Peire, Antibes, Juan-les-Pins, Vallauris, Anthéor, Cagnes-sur-Mer, Perpignan, Sète, Ramatuelle, Lyon
  • Czech Republic: the area next to the German border, Prague, Český Krumlov
  • United Kingdom: Brighton, Cambridge, London, Oxford, Cardiff, Bournemouth, Canterbury, Caerphilly, Edinburgh, Scottish High...
may 21 2011 ∞
aug 4 2020 +