It is official. The "travel fever" has me back! As I am back in Germany for about 3 months now and somehow thought about everything I was able to see of the US during my stay. It was so much fun to see the Dolphins jumping in the Gulf of Mexico, experience the diverse culture of the Southern States in the States :) and so forth and so forth.
However, a couple of months a ago I started a boring excel overview with not so boring content. A travel bucket list, which is - and probably will be - work in progress for the rest of my life :)
I am always happy about tips for the mentioned locations or new destinations!
p.s. There is no particular order when I want to see those places, all I know: I want to go there some time
Iguazu Falls on the border of Brazilian state Paraná and Argentine province Misiones
United States - Hawaii
About one month ago I finally moved into my new home. As I am always open for creative ideas and interior design I was dying to try a little different way of storing my clothes. It was important to me that I would be able to see most of my clothes right when I get up (as colorful clothes are probably the nicest piece of decoration to have around) and to be able to keep everything very neat and organized. Secondly, I wanted to have a closet that makes my room like home and kept it open, so the room that is my office, bedroom and living-room doesn't feel restricting or small (and I think that a huge closed closet could have made it feel that way). SOOOO, long story told, I stumbled across a closet on a budget in a magazine. Challenge number one was to find an old wooden latter that would fit in the corner I had available (and within Düsseldorf). Fortunately there are always friendly people around to sell you something and to even carry it inside your house.
Lotti was helping a lot of course :) (by carrying around the wooden sticks! = not helpful at all. But far too cute to be mad!)
All you need is wooden bars (to build the triangle that will hold the latter), one wooden (old/historic) latter, saw, tools, drill, screwdriver, one real good friend/boyfriend/dad/uncle… (eventually some paint) I opted against painting my latter for now. It would have been to sad to paint over the old numbers and bits & pieces of old paint. I rather have the latter tell a story.
Curious to see the final result at my place? Well,… I will share that with you after I finished up arranging my clothes etc. (neat freak at work)
If you are interested to make this DIY closet (which I think is also a great way to make a wardrobe, storage in the garage etc. etc.) and the pictures aren't giving you enough information, feel free to contact me via the comment function or email TStrahlendberg@gmail.com
After a successful and long day I am finally in bed! Good night everyone! I will certainly have sexy dreams after counting garter belts, negligees and hand cuffs today