#Followfriday – 1st Edition

There are so many great blogs that put a lot of effort into content creation. But, thanks to stupid algorithms, all the fantastic content that is published does not get the visibility it deserves.

To help fix this, I decided to start a #followfriday here on the blog. While my blog does not have the biggest reach itself, I do hope that this idea will spread and revive the blogging community that once existed and that I really miss.

So, I do want you to do your own #followfriday and share content by bloggers that you appreciated in the past weeks, months or even years on your own platforms.

Here’s my #followfriday for this week:

10 Runden Karussell on (in German)

Ju from is a wonderful artist and writer. In this text, she talks about how she realized that she does not want kids in a truly honest and heartfelt way. Read ’10 Runden Karussell’ on

Damascus 2019 on Finding Berlin

After 10 years, Sara from Finding Berlin went back to Damascus to visit her family and also explored the city. The photographs she shares in the post are stunning and the food recommendations are simply mouthwatering. Read ‘Damascus 2019’ on Finding Berlin.

Driving Through Joshua Tree Nationalpark on Unfinished Business

As we are headed to California and Joshua Tree soon, I gobbled up these images that Lily shared from the Nationalpark a while back. Find ‘Driving Through Joshua Tree Nationalpark’ on Unfinished Business.

Wylies Baths – Sydney on Schorlemädchen

I met Maria for the first time in real life when I visited Sydney a while back. By now she has moved back to Germany but goes back to Australia regularly. I love those images she shared from Wylies Baths, especially the one with the striped towel hanging off a rock. Find ‘Wylies Baths – Sydney on Schorlemädchen.

Weisser Frühling on Splendido Magazin (in German)

Splendido Magazin is one of my favorite food blogs, they present easy to cook, but unique Italian recipes alongside the most beautiful food photography. This recipe for asparagus with ricotta and pasta makes me really look forward to asparagus season. Find ‘Weisser Frühling’ on Splendido Magazin.

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