Check this video and get inspired! A small effort for a sustainable future – join the movement to slow down climate change

Watch Greta Thunberg, the girl from Sweden who protests every Friday since last year for a better future! Get inspired. Teach your kids about climate change and help them change the world. Let's all stand up for this!

The best way to get over a D, is to get yourself under a new D – a Valentine’s Post

Yes, I am doing a Valentine's Day Relationship Advice Post. Or better yet, a How-to-forget-the-prick-with-whom-you-should-have-celebrated-this-day-if-not-for-the-break-up post. I am writing this for a friend, I'll call her Susanne, who has been struggling after her last break-up (aka being dumped).

Honest Review: The BOSS – a feminist movie with a lot of fart jokes and Tyrion Lannister

I was sick with the flu so I splurged on Amazon Prime, because that is what the modern human does. I saw some movies through a screenwriter/scriptreader perspective and some impressed me, some did not. I recommend this movie to feminists who want to have a good time 😀 It is not going to be the best movie of the year, but it will bring out some laughs and the acting is great!

PLAY IN A DAY FESTIVAL 2018 – a tale of fun times and soul-searching

I have done some drama at school and during English Camps, but I kinda neglected acting during my studies. I am glad I took it up again, and after some screenacting and improv classes I found a super Play in a Day Festival that I could accomodate around my fulltime day job. I met the amazing team from TLS Frankfurt (Theater Language Studio ) last year and when they said they were doing this festival, I swore I will be part of it. I applied and got accepted as an ACTOR!

A not so feminist Christmas movie

Because Christmas is around the corner, my husband wanted to watch his favorite holiday movie, Christmas Vacation, with Chevy Chase as the patriarch of the Griswalds. As a grown-up, I have interpreted it from a feminist point of view and I must say, this movie does not belong on my list of feminist movies. Why?