November light is so good for picture taking.
It's a beautiful time to see the city, especially Karl-Marx-Allee (can't wait until that street is covered with snow).
November is good for wearing Wrist Worms, necessary when taking pictures. Until 1st of December the Wrist Worms are 20% off with discount code NOVEMBER.
Hello Monday, I look forward to this week - I'M GOING TO SEE THE PET SHOP BOYS ON THURSDAY! Haven't seen them for 8 years!
Talking about the weather is a topic I gladly avoid when I meet friends, I'd rather talk about heartaches, good food, dogs, far away places, politics and so on.
But, here it comes: I'm a weather reports junkie. I can always answer when someone asks how the next few days are going to be. Why? Well, first - heating up my apartment with coal, it's necessary for me to know if the temperatures all of a sudden will drop - it takes many many hours to get the oven hot enough to heat up my place. And second - I love to walk and prefer to dress in a way that I don't get too hot or too cold.
On Sundays, the stores in Berlin are closed, so imagine if I run out of coal on a Sunday morning and it's -15°C. Brr. It takes a bit of planning to have this old-fashioned (and shitty for the environment, I know) heating system, people said I would go crazy, but still after 6 years I don't find it that much of a hassle as I work from home and the heat is much more comfortable than from radiators. Picture above shows how coal can be delivered to your home, but I don't have any space in the basement to put it, so I go to the hardware store instead.
When WeatherBug asked me if I wanted to check out their weather app, I said yes. I really like how thorough it is and it helps me to plan for a warm home and inform my friends what they might have to look forward to ;)
This post is sponsored by WeatherBug
A great way to brighten up November.
Meet friends for coffee and chat away half of the day.
The blue hour in Kreuzberg yesterday when I was out buying yarn.
Today I'm being a factory, a coffee abusive one.
Until 1st of December the Wrist Worms are 20% off with discount code NOVEMBER. Picture of me is taken by my friend Vincent. People say I look like a rabbi. If I get a black horse, will they call me Zorro?
Wrist Worms have been a very popular gift for the holidays through the years, giving someone warm hands gives a good feeling, doesn't it? Until 1st of December the Wrist Worms are 20% off with discount code NOVEMBER. If you live outside of Europe, I recommend to place the order soon to make sure they arrive before the holidays.
Why Wrist Worms?
Apart from adding something extra to your outfit, keeping your wrists warm makes your hands stay warm which is ideal in situations when you can't have your fingers trapped in regular gloves, for example when:
Playing an instrument
Going skiing or doing other outdoor sports
Writing & Drawing
Typing on your computer, offices can be chilly
Selling stuff at an outdoor market
Taking out a pram for a walk
Using a touchscreen device
Holding that glass of cold beverage at that amazing garden party
Sleeping / Reading a book in a chilly room
Wrist Worms are handmade by me with 100% natural materials and 100% love.