Janne Vollert is a certified plant-based cook and nutritionist and will be answering my questions today. She will take care of our well-being during “Back to the wool”, the sustainable knitting retreat, and treat us to culinary delights. With her training at the Plant Based Institute, the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and the Ecodemy, she is breaking new ground in the profession of the cook and is also giving workshops on these topics in Hamburg.
What do you need to live a good life? Certainly the answer looks a bit different for you than for me. However, I’m more and more convinced that there are very few things you really need. Three weeks in Norway
Ann Cathrin Schönrock from Berlin is my fluffy interview guest today. In the last months she has set up the company “modus intarsia” and is now thrilling the world of knitting with her sustainably produced, high-quality dog wool “Chiengora”.
My guest today is the singer and composer Volkan Baydar from Hamburg. In 2000, he and his partner Vince Bahrdt released a groundbreaking album called Orange Blue: “In Love With A Dream” was awarded platinum and marked the start of a long, successful career. And by the way, it expressed what Volkan Baydar really is about. Not only does he want to live his dream, he also wants to love him. Music is for him what is commonly called a sandbox love.
The family business “Spinnradl ” in St. Leonhard in the Passeier Valley has been around for 70 years now. Several years ago, Franziska Haller took over the business from her parents and is now continuing in the 3rd generation. Today she is available for me as an interview partner and gives us the opportunity to get to know her a little better.
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Tonight, the wind blew around the camper, as if there was no tomorrow, so I hardly slept. It has shaken and clanked and at some point, after a number of unsuccessful attempts to fall asleep, a mother-worry arrived in my
Here I am and asking for your story. Is that too direct? Maybe. But frankly, I do not care how you feel about the weather or what movie you saw yesterday. At least not if the “why” behind it remains
Although I’ve had no strength, no good look to the future and thus no hope anymore so many times. But I’m still here. And only that counts. My life has given me an outwardly carefree childhood, but behind the walls