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No 45 Read: ~ 20 min Words: ~ 3000

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.

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No 37 Read: ~ 7 min Words: ~ 1065

How can the problems that arise in connection with cognitive dissonance be solved? A few loose thoughts from me on this.

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No 27 Read: ~ 20 min Words: ~ 3000

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.

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No 26 Read: ~ 3,5 min Words: ~ 25

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.

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No 24 Read: ~ 4,5 min Words: ~ 670

In this last project in the garden, we finally closed the gap between the wall of the herb bed and the stairs.

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No 23 Read: ~ 6 min Words: ~ 1000

How I archive my photos, what I want to do in the future and why photo archiving is not just a time-consuming affair.

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No 22 Read: ~ 14 min Words: ~ 2100

Why archiving pictures takes so much energy, why pictures are more than just images and what pictures have in common with french madeleines?

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No Read: ~ 4 min Words: ~ 627

How a calendar in my notebook - sometimes - helps me avoid procastration and makes me more aware of my season and lifetime.

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No 19 Read: ~ 16 min Words: ~ 2300

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.

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