This weekend I was finally able to close the estate of my late parents and hand the keys of my childhood family home to the new owners.
May it bring joy and happiness to them!
One goal of my New Year’s resolutions was to get to 1,000 posts on Instagram (and to 10,000 Tweets). I finally made it!
The 1k post was quite fittingly for my all-time favorite singers, Adexe y Nau, and their new single.
One thousand unique images and probably 10,000 hashtags …
I’ve also reached my tweeting goals; now, I need to get back into creating videos.
For a new client, I had to travel to Copenhagen last week. It originally started as a remote assignment, but we agreed on an initial, on-site meeting.
So, how to get from Cologne to Copenhagen? It’s not that far, about 370 miles (600 kilometers), about the same distance as Paris, Munich or Berlin.
Short-haul flights in Europe are out of the question. That left me with two options: Hiring a car and driving, or taking the train.
In times of Corona, I didn’t fancy the idea of spending almost 12 hours in a closed carriage with a large group of people, so I hired a car. Was that the right decision? I don’t know – I’ll revisit it for the next trip.
Here in Cologne, wearing a face mask in public places is mandatory. Not so in Denmark – there’s hand sanitizer and gloves everywhere, but nobody is wearing a face mask; shops and offices are almost back to normal. It felt somewhat strange, though.
(Face mask by Gamescomwear)