Falling in love with Utah…

I got so lucky – being a journalist is definitely my/a dream job! BigLife Magazine has sent me to a trip with Turner Media to explore northern Utah! On-the-roading it, part one: Ketchum to Salt Lake City, 287 miles Utah is a state northern to Idaho, so it took me a good five hours to get from Ketchum – my current Homebase – to get to Salt Lake City, the capital of the state. Salt Lake is beautiful a and somewhat intense city. The streets are huge and parts of the city really set off the whole „Hunger Games“-vibe, with the big white Capitol building sitting enthroned on the hill, watching over the city. Here I met the whole group, there’s eight of us, five out of these people being journalists. We’re all from all over the place but mostly the American West, so I’m the only international one. From Salt Lake City…

Sometimes we all need little reminders, notes to ourselves, to stay on our tracks and stay true to us. I got it when I stumbled upon this quote…

Goodbyes and New Beginnings

What better place is there to write about Goodbyes then on an Airplane. I haven’t decided yet if I want to continue blogging in German or if I’ll switch to English for the following month, as I will be in America anyways and want to practice my writing. Sometimes fragments of sentences, phrases and thoughts come to my mind and long to be written down. This basically happens whenever I get inspired to write. Most of the time they are German, obviously, as I was raised here, educated here, have most of my friends and live here. Lived, for now. As this airplane I am sitting in is taking me no place less than New York City. My Nirvana, my Neverland. I decided to turn this blog, my little space on the Internet into more of a personal space where I share the adventures that await me in the crazy…

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