I live in Aachen. And I commute to Cologne everyday.
I have been living out of the motherland for almost 3 years now. To be very honest, I have only recently started to miss my home and the “taste” of it. I miss how the breakfast bakeries smell of fat and oil, I miss how the tomatoes smell and mainly miss how it all tastes. Everything here in Germany has a different taste. Sometimes I am afraid that if I don’t look when I am eating, I will not know the difference between a cucumber and an apple… Continue reading “Making traditional Balkan food under modern circumstances abroad”
Hi all 🙂
It is Monday again, and I am posting about job-related tips. While I was thinking very hard on what to write about today, I thought, sometimes it is just best if I let you read whatever you are the most interested about in the moment.
Two years ago, I joined Maastricht Centre for Entrepreneurship (MC4E) for their MEWeek’16 (Maastricht Entrepreneurship Week 2016) as a Marketing Assistant. I was in charge of the event’s social media presence.
This experience has thought me a lot of valuable business lessons, that teamwork only works if you have 100% trust in your teammates and their abilities, and that business relationships can come from the most unexpected places – and you should never stop networking, because the bigger your network, the more business opportunities you can have!
When applying for a new job, it doesn’t matter how much experience you have or how informed about the current job market you think you are. Always double check all of the facts and question yourself! Only this way can you make sure that you are on top of your game!