In September 2021, my wife and I cycled along the Alme, Diemel, Weser and Werre rivers on a tour lasting several days. The goal was a leisurely, relaxed tour with few metres of altitude, but beautiful views and lots of water. That's exactly what this tour turned out to be. It was pure enjoyment.
How can the problems that arise in connection with cognitive dissonance be solved? A few loose thoughts from me on this.
Every year in spring, a beautifully growing tree develops into the star in our garden, the magnolia.
My review of the year 2020: Professionally okay, privately satisfied, a lot accomplished, but normal life and the state of mind - one tiring and cognitively dissonant strain.
My place for all projects and ideas, private and professional, my think tank to relieve myself mentally as much as possible, this is the task and idea book.
In this last project in the garden, we finally closed the gap between the wall of the herb bed and the stairs.
How I archive my photos, what I want to do in the future and why photo archiving is not just a time-consuming affair.
Why archiving pictures takes so much energy, why pictures are more than just images and what pictures have in common with french madeleines?
How a calendar in my notebook - sometimes - helps me avoid procastration and makes me more aware of my season and lifetime.
There is a reason why the black hole in the film Interstellar is called Gargantua. And what is it about the Rabelaisian succulence that Thomas Wolfe uses as a metaphor? The French doctor, monk and Renaissance author is the answer.