Looking Back on April

During the past month, I took more pictures with my camera instead of my phone and I thought it would be fun to share some of them in an end of month post. As you will see from the pictures below, April was a good month.

In the beginning of the month, the Magnolias were in bloom.

I discovered a small bamboo forest in the middle of Zurich.

I went to the market and was delighted about all the beautiful produce that was back in stock, like these lemons from Sicily.

A few days after I mentioned Everlane in a post, they announced 10 days of international shipping. I ordered a bunch of T-Shirts and was surprised by their plastic-free packaging.

I finally redeemed a voucher I had received for my birthday two years ago and got this brass object by a Japanese manufacturer called Futagami. It’s actually a bottle opener.

A friend gave me these beautiful flowers for my birthday.

The boyfriend gave me this book – among other great things. It’s filled with pictures taken on the moon and I love it.

We went to the Provence and stayed in a Château for a few days. But, I might tell you more about that in another post.

Some things I bookmarked in April

This episode of Ctrl-Alt-Delete with Seth Godin

Christoph Niemann’s illustrated travelogue from a trip to the North

Yoga with Adriene’s Healthy Body Yoga Session

Reading My Tea Leaves tips for earth day

This soba recipe by Nom Nom (in German)

The Revolver Bourbon Cocktail

This recipe for braised fennel w. hazelnuts

This article on the importance of engaging with content

P.S. Silvia de Vries interviewed me about edible souvenirs for her blog Milk on Friday. You can read the interview over here.

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