Links I Love #5

A little disclaimer first of all ;)
I know its really not long ago since I wrote a very similar post to this one ;) but there are just too many amazing things out there ^^

1 - I love the tiny details in this tiny apartement
2 - 7 Books That Will Put You in the Right Mindset for 2018
3 - Things to do before turning 30.
4 - Places to visit in 2018
5 - Wanna know the history of the LBD
6 - So many amazing facts - no I really mean amazing!
7 - 11 Little Mental Health Tips That Therapists Actually Give Their Patients
8 - Interior Designers Reveal the Top 8 Small-Space Tips They Swear By
9 - 600 men showed up after a simple community announcement - blowed my mind.
10 - Here you see how easy it can be to help those in need!
11 - Still Christmas decorations laying around? Here is How to store x-mas deco

Hope you all are very well ^^
What are you up to?

With lots of love

The 2018 Reading Challenge - #9 - A Book about a Villain or an Antihero

Good Evening everyone :) Todays book is for the category - A Book about a Villain or an Antihero. Well what an interesting category it is and how many books to choose from ^^ I love the idea to twist the view on a story and see everything from another side once in a while ;) The book Ic hose is sitting on my shelve for some time now...and its an old one from my dad and I wanted to read it for quite some time now especially since I really really like the movie ;)

Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris

The Silence of the Lambs is a novel by Thomas Harris. First published in 1988, it is the sequel to Harris' 1981 novel Red Dragon. Both novels feature the cannibalistic serial killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter, this time pitted against FBI Special Agent Clarice Starling. Its film adaptation directed by Jonathan Demme was released in 1991 to box office success and critical acclaim.

Again a little summary from goodreads:
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About Chapter 2 - February Conclusion & March Resolution 2018

February was alright. February was nothing hugely special in general. February was calm and nice and a bit unsettling sometimes and really really sad towards the end :)
Looking back February was kind of unsettling in some aspects but calm and lovely in most others ;)
I cant actually believe that I am writing the second of this posts already how fast can time fly?

I´m still feeling comfy in my new job, even tho I had many hard moments when it comes to managing anxiety and depression together with the new challenges a new job always brings.
After over two months in the job of cause you gain more and more responsibility and since its one of my biggest triggers for anxiety...making wrong decisions or going wrong in any way it also got a bit harder to manage feelings and fears. But I also have to say that I am proud about how I managed everything and that I did many things which done wrong might bring some unpleasant consequences...but everything was right and well…

The 2018 Reading Challenge - #8 - A Book with a Time of the Day in the Title

Hey guys ^^ How are you? I´ll probably say this all the time but how is it possible that February is already over and we are starting a new month so soon already and how is it possible that today is already the eighth book review of this reading challenge? Todays´ book is for the category - A Book with a Time of the Day in the Title. I have to admit that I thought it would be hard to din a book for this and had to be proven wrong because I have already a few at home ;) ya well there is a point when you just loose the overview about the books you have ^^ hahaha

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

The Night Circus is a 2011 fantasy novel by Erin Morgenstern. It was originally written for the annual writing competition NaNoWriMo over the span of three NaNoWriMos. The novel is written in third-person present tense, and arranged to have a nonlinear narrative written from multiple viewpoints.

Again a little summary from goodreads:
* "The circus arrives without warning. No announcements p…

Tanya Burr Cosmetics | The Selfie Story Collection | a Review

Hello everyone ^^
How are you all today? I hope you had a lovely week and having an amazing weekend ahead! I have an aaaaamazing little review for you today :)

The Selfie Story Collection by Tanya Burr Cosmetics

There are three products in this little collection The Selfie Lash Macara The Selfie Sculpt Brow Pen and  The Selfie Flick Eyeliner

Lucky me I got all three of them on feelunique - you can buy them by clicking here to get to the feelunique side. First of all, as always, the packaging. Since those three are totally new products to the whole TBC Collection there is nothing to compare it to, but I have to say that the gold and black design is a good match to the whole brand design. Wouldn´t expect any thing other than a cute yet elegant packaging ;) The design is actually quite the same with all three product, of cause adapted to the particular products itself.

The Selfie Lash Mascara

This is actually a quite nice mascara...I mean I´m not blown away like I am usually with TBC produ…

The 2018 Reading Challenge - #7 - A Book Set in a Country that fascinates you

Hello bookworms :) What are you doing on this wonderful evening? and more importantly what are you reading ;) My book for today is for the category - A Book Set in a Country that fascinates you and the country fascinating me most atm for years now is Iceland. I cant wait to go there hopefully very soon. Its just such an incredible place! So naturally I chose a book by an icelandic author set in Iceland and it is:

Snowblind by Ragnar Jónasson

Again a little summary from goodreads:
* "Siglufjörður: an idyllically quiet fishing village in Northern Iceland, where no one locks their doors – accessible only via a small mountain tunnel. Ari Thór Arason: a rookie policeman on his first posting, far from his girlfriend in Reykjavik – with a past that he’s unable to leave behind. When a young woman is found lying half-naked in the snow, bleeding and unconscious, and a highly esteemed, elderly writer falls to his death in the local theatre, Ari is dragged straight into the heart of a communit…

Links I Love #4

1. I LOVE this ^^ This website makes “art” out of any image by simplifying it to core elements.
2. Can’t stop laughing at these design fails.
3. Want bangs but dont know which ones? Have a look over here ^^
4. Game of Thrones fan? Heres all about the dragons ^^
5. I LOVE this little collection! Such a nice idea ^^
6. Do you have a guilty pleasure? Here are some fascinating ones from famous women.
7. Loving documentaries? Here is an amazing collection
8. This film looks and sounds amazing - Cant wait for Summer ^^
9. Loved this article about how to deal with energy sucking friends...had to deal so often with this problem...
10. Everything about wearing high heels ^^

How are you all lately? ^^
Are you having a nice start into 2018? How is it going so far for you?

With lots of love