Sustainable christmas and gifts

Christmas? – Yes, but make it sustainable!

Christmas is finally around the corner. Even though it’s supposed to be the most peaceful time of the year, everybody is super stressed out. Presents are bought last minute on the 24th of December in way too crowded stores. But why does this happen every year? Year after year, we buy presents just to have bought something. If it wasn’t the right present for the person who received it, it might be even tossed in the trash. I thought about this topic a lot lately and I summarized all my tips for you to have a more peaceful and sustainable Christmas this year.


Christmas Gift Guide for Students

Christmas is just around the corner. Even though it’s supposed to be a very peaceful and calm time, most of us tend to get stressed. Probably because we have to think about gifts and we don’t want to again give away vouchers which never will be actually redeemed. Or maybe you’re a student and you can’t throw money around like confetti, but you actually are on a low budget. But don’t worry! We have come up with a Christmas Gift Guide for students on a limited budget. 


How to travel on a Student Budget

Most of us want to travel. Especially as a student there are so many places you want to see and your bucket list seems to explode. However, the downside of travelling can be the budget. As a student, you probably are a little bit more restricted with the money you can spend – still, you want to explore the world! Is it possible to see and travel the world on a budget and keep the expenses low at the same time? Yes it is!

5 Reasons Why You Need to Do Your Internship in Amsterdam

Most of us have to do an internship sooner or later during our studies, but choosing the right city might be a little bit overwhelming.

But no worries, I got you covered!

 Amsterdam is one of Europe’s most visited cities and if you’ve ever seen pictures of Amsterdam or have been there yourself, you probably know why:

You just can’t dislike the capital of the Netherlands with its thousands of people riding their (world famous) bikes every day and canals surrounding the old-fashioned wobbly houses. It’s definitely a city worth experiencing for a few months!

But in case you need some more convincing – read on!