#2 My trip to Paris

My friend Daniel just took a snapshot of me, while organising our next destinations in this beautiful city.
In other words this meant plenty of walking, visiting museums and maybe sit down to drink coffee.

To experience Paris more as a local, it takes a lot of time to spot the hidden corners of each neighbourhood. "Ville de l'amour" has more to offer than the familiar sights or French food such as baguettes or croissants.

Connect over social platforms, specialised on travelling.

Airbnb or Meetup are networks that offer you a unique version and view of Paris plus you can connect with real Parisians.
If you give it a go, let me know by commenting below!

Believe me guys, it doesn't take long until you see pictures of me there again – fingers crossed!

How to write brilliant essays.

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At the moment I find myself in the daily struggle of writing plenty of essays for university and also thinking about new content at work. It is quite overwhelming when you need to focus on several completely different topics with complex issues
– I am pretty sure you know what I am talking about.

So how can you be super efficient, write interesting and useful content, be creative, be innovative, be critical… and the list goes on and on and on….

I experienced: It is all about research.

Continue reading „How to write brilliant essays.“

New Netflix series „Girlboss“


I recently logged into my Netflix account and they suggested me a new series called „Girlboss“.

Long story in a nutshell: Sophia tries to build up a fashion business or better said an empire. The 13-episode series follows her journey from eBay entrepreneur to a professional fashionista.

Finally, there is a media format that doesn’t show a girly young woman, but rather a typo of a bossy, nasty and swearing lady, determined to build up her dream – exactly what I like.

Guys, you need to check this out!
Please let me know what you think and comment below!

xoxo Rosa

My trip to Budapest


The New York Café at the Boscolo Hotel, Budapest

Guys, I know it has been a long time. But again I am very very busy at the moment. Even though I am still very young there are so many business opportunities opening up for me, I have no other choice then grab them.

So this month I did something that doesn’t suit me at all: I made a spontaneous trip to Budapest and it was THE decision of the month. What a lovely city! The capital of Hungary tells a centuries-old story with the architecture and history behind every corner.
My personal highlight was the New York Cafè at the famous Boscolo Hotel. The view is breath-taking: The first impression is not being in a coffee house but more standing in the middle of a church. I’ve never seen such a pompous cafe before. Apart from this, I did the whole traditional sightseeing tour. From Buda to pest and back, I visited the parliament, the St. Stephen’s basilica, the castle, the citadel, the chain bridge and a lot more.

For eating in Budapest I can recommend two specific restaurants:

The National Muzeum restaurant

Established in 1885 it has not only great art-nouveau architecture and delicious Hungarian food, also the waiters still served us in their old-school manner. A brilliant experience!

The Wine Bar

This wine. this dinner. The reviews didn’t promise too much: The „winebar“ offers a wide range of wines and combines it with great multi-course menus.

In conclusion, I can absolutely recommend this city. Hungarians are not everyone’s cup of tea, but one’s you get to know them a little better the seem to be very friendly and heart-warming.
Budapest – dynamic, young and full of esprit!