I’m officially a part of the world of adults now. The past few weeks have been very exciting and also rather scary. Not only did I buy a car (not so scary) but me and the boyfriend have bought a house together! An actual house with a real mortgage that will haunt us for the coming 30 years (this is scary!). Continue reading
Japan. Oh, Japan. I mention it here quite often but I have a strong fascination (obsession?) with Japan and it’s culture. I like everything from the ancient shrines and temples to the hypermodern metropolis of Tokyo. I love strolling through the streets, parks, and forests and continue to be amazed by the diversity of this amazing country.
The 101 things to do in 1001 days list is mostly to get me doing and trying new things. Most of them are “serious” but there are a few funny and simply retarded ones in the bunch such as #79.
Last week I completed #6 of my list of 101 things to do in 1001 days: to buy a goat/chicken/something for charity.
As a big fan of Japanese (pop) Culture I love going to all sorts of events related to this. One of the biggest events in Europe about Japanese culture is the Japan Tag in Düsseldorf. This is a yearly event that attracts hundreds of thousands of people from all over Europe to this one city.
The very second item on my ‘101 things to do in 1001 days’ is to write a letter to myself to be opened when the 1001 days are over. It is very similar to the number one on my list but has a different meaning and purpose.
The very first item on my ‘101 things to do in 1001 days’ is to write a letter to myself to open in 10 years. You sometimes see this in movies. Usually it’s a child that writes a letter to themselves to open when they are grown-up. And they always turn out to be so much different than the child-version of them wished for or thought they would be.