Well, Good Morning. It's been a bad week for communicating, so I just threw some pictures and more ice-cream at you. It's not even that I've got nothing to say. The ol' head is full of questions like…
The future of blogging?
How can you be a blogger without selling your soul to the God of Commerce? Is serious blogging automatically connected to becoming a walking, talking megaphone for brands and labels? It was yesterday morning I was pondering this question (again) when I read Vix's 'Rock'n Roll Underachiever' post… It really spoke to my heart.
Reality? What reality?
Will our brains soon have developed to a point that only when we've shared an experience on Instagram/Facebook/Twitter/Vine we will register it as actually having happened?
Top confusion. But I loved it.
And have any of you watched Top of the Lake? The most mesmerizing, beautiful and frustratingly illogical and nonsensical thriller in years. I'll certainly never think of Elisabeth Moss as 'only' Peggy Olsen again.
That's what Germany does to you. You get moody, broody… philosophical*. But then I got bored with the brooding thing and developed a…
Top-notch DIY skin mask
Just mix some clay** with olive oil*** and a bit of water to a paste. Moisten your face and apply. Let dry for 10-15 minutes. Rinse off. Pad dry. Apply moisturiser… Skin like a baby bottom!****
Good to know this blog is not a total waste of time. ♥
*Life in Berlin is so different to life in the UK. The German mindset… I had forgotten about it. It's quite refreshing, but also sometimes highly irritating.
**Which you can buy as 'Heilerde' (medicinal clay) pretty much anywhere in Germany as it's considered a panacea for everything and anything: itchy feet, boils, sunburn, heartburn, ulcers… I'm sure it's available in other countries, too.
***The drier the skin the higher the oil to water ratio.
****I'm not a beautician and I cannot guarantee you that this is the right thing for your skin. It does work for my average t-zone face. But naturally, the usual precautions ('careful with sensitive, allergy-prone etc. skin' etc.) apply.